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Key Stage 5
Psychology is a popular subject which requires students to have strong powers of critical analysis, independent thinking and research. Students will learn how to analyse arguments and evidence, test hypotheses and make informed judgements.
In Year 1, in addition to gaining an understanding of the various Approaches in Psychology and Research Methods students will explore the Introductory Topics of Social Influence, Memory, Attachment, Biopsychology and Psychopathology.
Students will sit mock exams at the end of Year 12.
In Year 2 students undertake additional compulsory sections in Biopsychology, Issues and Debates. For the options paper students will explore Gender, Stress and Forensic Psychology.
The final A Level is assessed by three external examinations:
1. Introductory Topics in Psychology
2. Psychology in Context
3. Issues and Options in Psychology (All exams are 2 hours and contribute 1/3rd of total A Level grade)
Entry Requirements: This course requires students to complete extended essays and carry out statistical analysis.
- Grade 5 or above in English Language GCSE and English Literature GCSE
- Grade 5 or above in GCSE Maths
For more information on the specification details please visit www.aqu.org.uk