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I’ve currently taken history, law and psychology at a level and I think I want to become a sports psychologist. Is pe a necessary a level or btec to do this?? I really need help since the deadline of solidifying your options is in a few weeks
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This tells you more about the career:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and...and%20training.

It seems that you first have to study for a Bachelors degree in psychology
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Thank you, that’s very helpful, it just doesn’t answer my question of whether to do pe or not at college, I can’t find the answer anywhere.
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This tells you more about the career:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and...and%20training.

It seems that you first have to study for a Bachelors degree in psychology
Thank you that’s really helpful. I just can’t find whether to take pe or not anywhere.
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It does sound like you will have to study physical education or a sports-related subject. It's under education pathway:

https://www.egas-online.org.uk/sport-psychology.html
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It does sound like you will have to study physical education or a sports-related subject. It's under education pathway:

https://www.egas-online.org.uk/sport-psychology.html
Thank youuu
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