Psychology AS level at Enfield County School
For those students with a genuine interest in studying the mind and behaviour and who enjoy exploring issues dealing with how, and why, people behave in certain ways.
Topics include: Social Influence, Memory, Attachment, Approaches in Psychology, Psychopathology, Research Methods, Biopsychology.
Students must have minimum Grade B in English Language or a Humanities and a B in Science or Mathematics. An ability to write in a clear, logical way is essential as well as a genuine commitment to the reading that is required and a lively interest in Psychology.
The AS qualification is assessed through two written papers – there is no project.
Psychology has strong links with both science and the humanities and can be studied either on its own or in combination with another subject up to degree level e.g. Psychology and Computer Science, Psychology and Art, Psychology and a language. Psychology opens the way to a wide variety of careers
– marketing, counselling, management, social and community work, and scientific research to name but a few!
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Enfield County School directly.