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    Im really worried that my lack of 'sciency' A-levels will disadvantage me of getting a place on a Psychology degree at a top uni.. (I believe my choices for 2010 will be Notts (1st choice), Bham, Sussex, Warwick and Reading)

    My AS levels were: Psychology, Sociology, PE and Spanish. I know Psych and Spanish (as a language) will make my application look good. However, although I am very good at science (I got an A* at GCSE), I chose not to take a science at AS because I didnt enjoy it as much as these other subjects.

    Now im considering either taking all 4 at A-level to make my application look stronger, or seeing whether I can drop Sociology and take Biology at AS.

    Am I worrying about nothing or should i defo be looking at making myself stand out more.:o:

    Thanks in advance for the replies.
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    Sociology goes well with Psychology though and is a social science, although obviously not as highly regarded as Physics and the like. How about dropping PE and taking up AS biology?
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    (Original post by xmarilynx)
    Sociology goes well with Psychology though and is a social science, although obviously not as highly regarded as Physics and the like. How about dropping PE and taking up AS biology?
    This would be my suggestion
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    (Original post by lekky)
    This would be my suggestion
    Well PE contains A LOT of biology and with both i thought they would go hand in hand together:o:
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    (Original post by RockyRiaStone)
    Well PE contains A LOT of biology and with both i thought they would go hand in hand together:o:
    I've never done PE, and really don't know much about it but I do think it's considered the least academic of your subjects & the course & unis you're applying to are competitive. I'd go with what feels good though - it's you that has to study it for a year :yes:
 
 
 
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