Psychology - A Level (AQA)Options
|Course Title||Psychology - A Level (AQA)|
|Start Date||9th September 2019|
|Fees||Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment|
About the Course
What you will study
You will study: Social influence; Memory; Attachment; Psychopathology; Approaches in Psychology; Biopsychology; advanced Research Methods as well as issues and debates in Psychology. You will also study three topics from the following list: relationships, gender, cognition and development, schizophrenia, eating behaviour, stress, aggression, forensic psychology and addiction. This qualification is more practical than a traditional A-Level and the skills acquired will support your further study. You must be able to work independently and to meet deadlines.
During the year there will be formal internal assessments which you will need to pass in order to be entered into the final three public written examinations.
Progress to a wide range of degree and other higher education courses, apprenticeships or employment.
General A-Level entry requirements: Three GCSEs at grade 5 or above plus two further GCSEs at grade 4 or above including English Language and a written subject (not including Languages). Additional entry requirements: Grade 5 or above in Maths and Science. You will also need a good reference. All applicants must take an entry test and have an interview to confirm that an intensive programme is appropriate.
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