Psychology a Level KIN at Invictus Sixth Form
This qualification gives a broad overview of many topics in Psychology, including research methods, approaches in Psychology, (including social, cognitive, development, biological and individual differences).
We study OCR’s new (2015) spec which allows students to comfortably continue Psychology at degree level.
Students enjoy Psychology and have opportunities to put their knowledge into practice and evaluate peer research.
Research methods (01) 90 marks written paper 2 hours: Planning, conducting, analysing and reporting psychological research across a range of experimental and non-experimental methodologies and techniques.
Psychological themes through core studies (02) 105 marks written paper 2 hours: Introduces some of the central areas of investigation in psychology organised in key themes. Each key theme is represented by a classic and a contemporary core study.
Applied psychology (03)105 marks written paper 2 hours: Compulsory section on Issues in mental health.
Learners will also study 2 applied options: Child psychology, Criminal psychology
Specific Entry Requirements: Maths - 6 English Language and Science at - 5
100% examination for all modules.
Clinical psychologist, Counselling psychologist, Educational psychologist, Forensic psychologist, Further education teacher.
How to apply
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