what is it like to study Psychology at A level?

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bbaileydonnelly
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Hi - today is the deadline for my college application for A levels and I'm struggling to decide between English and Psychology. I've already decided on Economics and History for the other two subjects. I'd be really interested to hear what your experience of studying psychology at A levels has been like? Is it interesting/not as interesting as it sounds? I'm not sure yet what I want to study at University and know that English is a facilitating subject, but would also like to study something different. Grateful for any insights.
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I am studying A-Level Psychology and I am currently in Y12. I was actually like you before choosing Psychology. I am actually enjoying this subject very much. It is very intresting.
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Can you pick both and do 4 then drop the one you least like 2-3 months in? That way you won’t regret and have experienced it yourself
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