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Psychology at King Charles I School

Course description

Psychology at King Charles I School is a fascinating and practical examination of an academic subject. You will gain the best possible insight into the structures that exist within our brain; an unseen mixture of enzymes, chemicals and electric current moving within the structure of our neural network dictating the why we feel, think and behave. Or are there other explanations for our behaviours?

Why is it that some people suffer from stress and mental illness? Why do some people fear snakes yet a few think they are cuddly? Why are some people scared of Baked Beans? Why do some people think that they can communicate directly with Aliens?

Psychology attempts to answer questions like these by studying the mind and human behaviour. It is a science with cutting edge research that has real world applications to issues in everyday life, ranging from things like artificial intelligence to social change.

Entry requirements

Students who take Psychology at King Charles I School need to be good at communication and interpretation of a range of materials.

You need to think on your feet and be prepared to voice your opinion.

Students of psychology will be pushed hard; there will be extended pieces of writing, projects and detailed analysis.

5 A*-C grade qualifications are required with a high grade in Science. English and Science at grade ‘B’ are prerequisites to starting this course.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact King Charles I School directly.

Last updated date: 30 May 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1-2 Years