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Course - Psychology AS/A2-Level

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  • Entry requirements
    Who is this course for? Young people aged 16-18. What do I need to get on the course? You must satisfy the general entry criteria for A Level courses that are based on your GCSE results general entry requirements for AS Levels In addition, to do this course, you must achieve at least a grade C in both GCSE English Language and Maths as well as a double B in Science GCSE. You would also be expected to have at least one other written subject (e.g. humanities, business studies, history, geography, religious education full course, English Literature). Your grade in either English Language or the other written subject should preferably be a B.
  • Academic Title
    AS-level Psychology after one year, A-level psychology after two years.
  • Course description
    What is this course about?
    AS Psychology is the study of human behaviour. It will enable you to have a better understanding of how people think and behave in the way they do.

    What will I study?
    If you are interested in studying how people behave, this course will introduce you to the ways in which psychologists explain human behaviour. Some of the issues you will be discussing will include:

    # , How might early childhood experience affect us in later life?, Why and when are people obedient?
    # , What causes stress and how can it affect our health?
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    # How can psychologists define `abnormal behaviour?
    # , How can psychologists understand the structure of memory?
    # , What is the best way for psychologists to study human behaviour?
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    What can I do after the course?
    The course is very suitable for learners who wish to study psychology, social science or science at university.

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