What A-levels do you need to study psychology?
Are you thinking of studying a psychology degree at university? Make sure your A-level line-up ticks admissions tutors’ boxes…
Essential A-levels (or equivalent)
- A few courses ask for one or more from biology, chemistry, maths or physics.
Useful A-levels (or equivalent)
Other typical A-levels taken by current psychology students
- General studies.
Do note that many degrees will be open to you whichever A-levels you choose. Some courses will be happy with a subject just at AS-level while some courses may want the full A-level – something to check before you finalise your A-level choices in Year 12.
Similar subject areas...
- Behavioural sciences.
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