Psychology is defined as “the science of mind and behaviour”. You‘ll be introduced to the central debates, investigate the methods used in research, and apply what you’ve learned to a range of social, cultural and contemporary issues. Psychology is a vast discipline and covers topics as diverse as Mental Illness and Animal Behaviour. Expect to look into different psychological perspectives such as Social, Biological, Behaviourist, Cognitive and Developmental Psychology. You can expect to look at how data can be analysed and how psychologists reach conclusions about human behaviour.
Higher Education Destinations:
- Kings College London – Psychology
- The University of Manchester – Health Science
- Liverpool John Moores – Criminology
- Sheffield Hallam University – Primary Education QTS
Psychology A Level is a great starting point for HE courses and careers in areas such as Social Work, Nursing, Teaching, the Police, Counselling, Occupational Therapy, Clinical and Educational Psychology. You will also gain transferable skills, such as communication, reasoning and analytical skills, which will be valuable in many disciplines.
A grade 4 in English Language and Mathematics is preferable.
Year 1 and Year 2 100% exam