gandalfhan
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Hey guys,

I got told that to take Clinical Psychology at a postgraduate level (doctorate/PhD) you need AAA or a mix of As and A*s. Is that true or it doesn't matter as long as you get a 2:1 honours degree?
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Check with the universities you want to apply to, especially if your Bachelor's degree is not in a relevant area to clinical psychology.
Best thing to do is ask around, that seems more like the undergraduate requirements to me imo!
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Some points:

- you need a BSc (Hons) in psych (or a MSc conversion accredited BPS course)
- to do that you will need 2x STEM subjects at A-level to get on to the BSc
- tbh you really need a 1st for the D Clinic Psych
- RELEVANT experience (usually 3-4 years paid under supervisor of a psych/clin psych) is also very important
- so yes as long as you get the above A-levels (to an extent) don't matter too much grade wise
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