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Currently in year 12 studying Spanish, Geography and Psychology and I'm not 100% on what I want to do at uni yet.
I'm finding psych interesting but the essays stress me out and I was wondering if anyone can give me an insight in both subjects
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Hey, I haven't studied any of those subjects at university. I know people who have studied Psychology and it seems like the course becomes more interesting over time, especially when you can specialise. However, you will have to either like essays or just get on with it.

My advice would be to select degrees involving Geography, Psychology and Spanish. Research universities you want to study. Look at everything from social life to course content. Make a pros and con for each. You may be able to do a joint degree, or choose Spanish as an optional module.

Keele university offer dual degree programmes. Not with that combination, but worth a look.

I studied Psychology and Spanish at sixth form. I think you need to reflect on the type of person you are, and maybe post university aspirations. Definitely look at university course modules because it can sway your decision.
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Currently in year 12 studying Spanish, Geography and Psychology and I'm not 100% on what I want to do at uni yet.
I'm finding psych interesting but the essays stress me out and I was wondering if anyone can give me an insight in both subjects
do biopsychology

best degree ever

i speak from experience
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do biopsychology

best degree ever

i speak from experience
Lmaoooo you must be rlly smart to have done a bio psychology degree in year 10
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Lmaoooo you must be rlly smart to have done a bio psychology degree in year 10
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Currently in year 12 studying Spanish, Geography and Psychology and I'm not 100% on what I want to do at uni yet.
I'm finding psych interesting but the essays stress me out and I was wondering if anyone can give me an insight in both subjects
Hey H4ttie03! As Pelola mentioned, have you considered a dual honours course on Psychology and Biology?
For example, Keele offers two of these courses on Psychology and Biology or Psychology and Human Biology. You can also choose language modules at Keele as an elective for free! Spanish is one of the popular options. Since you are studying Spanish at A level, you will start at a higher level in first year and progress to the next levels from semester to semester.

You can find out more about all of our Psychology dual honours courses thorough this link- https://www.keele.ac.uk//course-sear...=Undergraduate

I hope this helps and if you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask me on here!
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Hey H4ttie03! As Pelola mentioned, have you considered a dual honours course on Psychology and Biology?
For example, Keele offers two of these courses on Psychology and Biology or Psychology and Human Biology. You can also choose language modules at Keele as an elective for free! Spanish is one of the popular options. Since you are studying Spanish at A level, you will start at a higher level in first year and progress to the next levels from semester to semester.

You can find out more about all of our Psychology dual honours courses thorough this link- https://www.keele.ac.uk//course-sear...=Undergraduate

I hope this helps and if you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask me on here!
Lol thank you but I was more questioning about the a levels and I've made my decision now but thank you anyway
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Lol thank you but I was more questioning about the a levels and I've made my decision now but thank you anyway
Oops! I am sorry about that! Glad you have figured it out though!
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