Psychology at Teddington School
The human mind is the most complex machine on earth. Do you want to investigate how it works and understand why people behave as they do? A hugely popular, but challenging sixth form subject, alongside preparing you well for Higher Education it will prove useful in helping you to develop your everyday relationships and allow you to build a wide range of transferrable skills.
Year 1 - AS Level Psychology (Year 12)
- Paper 1 Introductory Topics in Psychology (7181/1): Social Influence, Memory, Attachment
- Paper 2 Psychology in Context (7181/2): Approaches in Psychology & Biopsychology, Psychopathology, Research Methods
Year 2 - A Level Psychology (Year 13)
- Paper 1 Introductory Topics in Psychology (7182/1): Social influence, Memory, Attachment and Psychopathology
- Paper 2 Psychology in Context (7182/2): Approaches in Psychology, Biopsychology, Research Methods
- Paper 3 Issues and Options in Psychology (7182/3): Issues and Debates, Gender, Schizophrenia and Forensic Psychology or Cognition and Development, Schizophrenia and Aggression (subject to change each Sept dependent on cohort)
Please click on the link below to find entry requirements:
Psychology is a well-regarded subject which is accepted by universities for students studying both Science (including Medicine) and Arts courses. There are a range of psychology specific careers such as: Clinical and Educational Counselling, Forensic and Sport Psychology and Applied Psychology. Psychology also equips you with skills and knowledge and applicable in a range of professional sectors such as careers in Biomedicine, Criminology, Media, Business Management, the Civil Service, Finance, Law and Business.
How to apply
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