A level optionsWatch
Hi I was thinking of getting a degree in forensic psychology, finance or law and was unsure of what a levels to take. I really want to take maths and obviously psychology. I know chemistry would go well with forensic psychology and it’s my favourite of the 3 main sciences and if I was to take law I heard they like you to have an essay based subject so I thought maybe religious studies? My school teaches maths in 1 year so if you get an A you can take further maths next year and if not you can resit the maths a level at second year. Would math, further maths, psychology, chemistry and religious studies be too much? Obviously if only be taking 4 each year. I have pretty good GCSE grades (all above 7s)
I think you might be getting forensic psychology and forensic science confused. Forensic psychology is the application of psychological knowledge to criminal behaviour and looking at the cause of crime so there's no chemistry involved. There's no specific requirements for law so any a levels would be good an essay subject will defo help you with a law degree though although it's not essential.
Hi I know I don’t want to do forensic science and I do want to do forensic psychology but I heard parts of psychology involved chemistry and biology? Either way I though having a science would keep my options open if I did change my mind as it’s facilitating and chemistry is my favourite science