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Im doing psychology, sociology and english literature? Is that a good combo to study clinical or child psychology at uni? I want to go into domestic abuse, therapy, cahms etc but I dont want to take a science like maths, biology, physics or chemistry
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I would say that your choices are fine, because there are unis out there that will take you on for psychology as long as you have a 'science' which can include psychology, however to be on the safe side, as you are so set on doing psychology, I would say take biology or chemistry as well, even though I know you don't want to, because you may come across some unis that are really great for psychology or that you really want to go to but need a science like biology or chemistry as well. And tbh I have done psychology and there is a lot of biology in it so I think you would benefit from doing biology.
But if you are desperate not to do a science, I guess it wouldn't be too much of a big deal if in the end you find a uni that accepts you without biology or chemistry, but personally I would say do biology just to be on the safe side, and it opens up a lot of doors for you if you change your mind. (Just in case 😉)
I hope this helps, good luck!
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