is A level math needed for a psychology degreeWatch this thread
Few insist on A level Maths - but they will want A level science or Psychology.
The course at Bristol has a flexible view of 'science' (includes Geography) but also wants GCSE 6 in Maths (B grade) minimu : http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/under...sc-psychology/
Some Psychology degrees however are more social science focussed and these may suit you better.
One example : https://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-s...hilosophy.aspx This asks for GCSEs ( C grade) in Maths, English and a science but does not specify any subjects for A level (ABB) : https://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-s...sychology.aspx
You might like to look at joint subject degrees :
Psychology in Education : http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/under...-in-education/ ('essay based' subject at A level, grade B GCSE)
Psychology and Sociology : https://www.brighton.ac.uk/courses/s...y-ba-hons.aspx (A-level BBC no subjects specified, GCSE Maths grade C)
Im currently in my final year of o levels and math is probably my weakest subject and i dont want to pursue it in A levels because its just not something im good at. Will this put me at a disadvantage when i apply to universities for psychology in the UK. The subjects in planning on taking in A levels are psychology, sociology, biology and literature.