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Psychology at Notre Dame Roman Catholic School

Course description

You can >>> apply to enrol on the Psychology course at AS level and then progress to A2 Level on successful completion of the AS course. This will mean >>> you will develop good analytic skills and have an understanding of human behaviour. This course will appeal to any student who >>>has a keen interest in how we think and behave and is interested in a career which involves working with people. You will >>>study a range of psychological topics, have a good understanding of human behaviour and develop good analytical skills. Course Modules are >>>AS Level» Unit 1: Attachments, Memory and Research Methods» Unit 2: Abnormality, Social influence and StressA2 Level» Unit 3: Biological Rhythms and Sleep, Relationships, Eating Behaviour» Unit 4: Depression, Addictive Behaviour and Research MethodsEach unit for AS and A2 will be assessed by a written examination. There is no coursework.

Entry requirements

» five GCSEs at Grade C or above, including Maths and English» two subjects at Grade B, one of which should be Science» studied and enjoyed GCSE Psychology and obtained a good pass. However, if you have not studied this subject at GCSE, you can still enrol on the course if you possess the other requirements» a good level of literacy and numeracy, an ability to organise your time efficiently, self motivation and independent study skills

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Notre Dame Roman Catholic School directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1/2 years