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CrzySxyCool
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can anyine give me some info on the psycology and english lit level courses, i dont have much info at the moment and want to know more. Also what other subjects should i take with them! I am only taking 3 as levels because i am so lazy!
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psychology as depending on what syllabus you do is basicly the study of mind n behaviour. its not too dificult- but if you want to do it for the full a -level you really need to put a lot of effort in, you'll need all the marks you can to pass the a2.

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what syllabus's are there?
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(Original post by CrzySxyCool)
can anyine give me some info on the psycology and english lit level courses, i dont have much info at the moment and want to know more. Also what other subjects should i take with them! I am only taking 3 as levels because i am so lazy!
Well what career ideas do you have in mind? It's always useful to know that as some degree courses have specific A-Level requirements.

Take a look at this site http://www.asfc.ac.uk/ , it's a website of a college (which I doubt you'll be going to) and it includes a lot of good information on A-Level courses.
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what syllabus's are there?
Lots.

Different parts of the country tend to have different local syllabi (is that the plural...?) but there are quite a few national ones like Edexcel, AQA, etc as well.

Ask your teachers what syllabus you'd be with next year then people on here will be able to give you more specific advice for that syllabus.
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Well what career ideas do you have in mind? It's always useful to know that as some degree courses have specific A-Level requirements.

Take a look at this site http://www.asfc.ac.uk/ , it's a website of a college (which I doubt you'll be going to) and it includes a lot of good information on A-Level courses.
This one is similar but better becuase it is purple:

http://www.clitheroeroyalgrammar.lan...spec/frame.htm
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This one is similar but better becuase it is purple:

http://www.clitheroeroyalgrammar.lan...spec/frame.htm
It wouldn't happen to be your School would it?
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It wouldn't happen to be your School would it?
Incidentally, yes.
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Lots.

Different parts of the country tend to have different local syllabi (is that the plural...?) but there are quite a few national ones like Edexcel, AQA, etc as well.

Ask your teachers what syllabus you'd be with next year then people on here will be able to give you more specific advice for that syllabus.
were did you get that picture underneath your name of that penguin?
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