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Psychology

Asked by Tanjina

I need help with psychology and sociology.

Hey I did a level psychology and sociology. What's the problem?

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Psychology

Asked by Irene

Drawbacks of examination in assessing learning outcomes

Exams may not allow all candidates particularly those with SEN needs to demonstrate their ability in a time constrained environment. Examination offers a fixed yardstick. This means that not all topics can be asked which may not include all topics studied.

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Asked by Katie

Hello, can anyone help me with the biological approach and research methods?

The biological approach believes us to be as a consequence of our genetics and physiology. It is the only approach in psychology that examines thoughts, feelings, and behaviors from a biological and thus physical point of view. What are you researching ?

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Asked by Izzy

What age do psychiatrists tend to qualify university and medical school to then become an actual psychiatrist and start getting paid?

Hi Izzy, I found this info on the National Careers Service website that should hopefully be helpful. www.nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/psychiatrist#HowToBecome In order to become a psychiatrist, the NCS say that generally, you need: • a 5-year degree in medicine, recognised by the General Medical Council • a 2-year foundation programme of general training • 3 years of core traini... more

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Psychology

Asked by Zoey

What gcses do u need to be a clinical psychologist?

You would need 5 GCSE-s (A-C) including English, Maths, and in some cases a science subject (biology, physics or chemistry). After that you’d need two to three A levels, and a degree in any subject (preferably psychology) to be able to qualify for a postgrad course. Hope this helps :) good luck!

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Asked by Alexa

I love health and social and psychology as well as maths. i want a good paying job, any ideas?

I do psychology BSc. I would suggest a clinical psychologist or research occupation. You can use psychology to go into medicine- it is a standard route as well.

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Psychology

Asked by Lewis

What kind of Career paths can utilise a skill in psychology?

Hi Lewis, A qualification in psychology would open numerous doors. For example, teaching, counselling, occupational ( helping businesses to improve employee welfare and satisfaction), sports teams, ( improve motivation), and also clinical (helping people to deal with mental health conditions). An accreditation with the British Psychological society would be very useful. Hope this is helpful.

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