If you are interested in human nature and discovering what makes us who we are today psychology is for you.
An A level in psychology can provide you with a solid grounding for many different careers including; neurological psychology, investigating the brain and damage to the brain, sport psychology, forensic psychology, counselling, social work, marketing, advertising and careers within research.
Paper 1 – Introductory Topics in Psychology; Social Influence, Memory, Attachment and Psychopathology is a 2 hour examination.
Paper 2 – Psychology in Context; Approaches in Psychology. Biopsychology and Research Methods is a 2 hour examination.
Paper 3 – Issues and Options in Psychology; Issues and debates, Gender, Schizophrenia, and Forensic Psychology is a 2 hour examination.
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