Computer science or biology a level?Watch
I'd say check if the uni courses you want to do require biology, even if they don't, id still consider it as it overlaps with psych a level a bit, and if you want to do it at uni, you'd deffo have to like biology (as there is a lot of biology within the degree)
Biology probably aligns with psychology better, though.
hello! I'm currently doing my MSc in Psychology (following a Sociology degree - it's like signing from one sports team to their rival)
I've checked some Universities for you, and I common theme is a BBB A level profile in terms of the grades that you will need. Those three A levels sound fine, I would be tempted to do a sciency one as well if you can because the most useful psychology degree's are a BSc and not a BA, so it would be good prep for the science side (which is not that hard)
It's slightly different if you are doing an Access program instead of A levels, with sociology, psychology, and criminology, and biology/human sciences being the best array of modules
have you thought about doing your psychology degree at Arden, the progression onto the MSc is pretty awesome (and I love the course), why not check us out! Our entry requirements are more flexible to accommodate learners from around the globe https://arden.ac.uk/our-courses/unde...psychology-bps
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