Is it necessary to take biology at A Level in order to do psychology?

Question by Caroline: Is it necessary to take biology at A Level in order to do psychology?
I am interested in becoming a psychologist, possibly specialising in child psychology. At A Level would it be essential to take biology? As I’d rather not take it. I am already taking psychology, english language, health and social care and then either biology, history or law. What would you recommend?

Best answer:

Answer by Red Rose
Your best bet is to look at the online prospectuses for universities you are interested in. The entry requirements will be there.

I just looked at a couple of them and it looks like the answer is no, but I strongly recommend you check it out carefully as different universities will have different entry requirements.

What do you think? Answer below!


2 Comments so far »

  1. Rose xo said,

    Wrote on January 25, 2013 @ 10:36 am

    It will help, but not vital.

  2. tellie said,

    Wrote on January 25, 2013 @ 10:56 am

    I was doing some research because I want to do the same thing. Universities prefer I you study a science at a level. ESPECIALLY if you want to go to a top university.

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