If you study A Level Psychology at Carmel you can expect to be taught by well-qualified, enthusiastic and very experienced staff. Above all, you will be challenged to realise your potential in a variety of exciting and innovative ways.
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and is primarily concerned with investigating what people do and why. The department has a history of high achievement well above the national average. Therefore, if you listen to the guidance offered by your tutors you too could be a Psychologist of the future!
Where does A Level Psychology lead?
An A Level in Psychology can take you anywhere. It is one of the most transferable subjects you can study providing you with a variety of skills. Over a quarter of our students progress on to Psychology degrees with the intention of becoming psychologists. Likewise, we have students who have progressed on to careers in medicine, vet science and a range of health professions, dentistry, law, teaching, business, sport and the media to name but a few.
Course Entry Requirements
GCSE grade 5 in English Language, Mathematics and Science.
A Level Psychology course leaflet
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exam board course specification
What our students say about A Level Psychology
Psychology student wins Cambridge Summer School Scholarship
Social Sciences ‘Behind Bars’ Conference
Natasha Clieve – Law, Oxford University
Sam Roberts – Neuroscience, UCLan
What Our Students Say
I have enjoyed every minute of my time at Carmel College. Pushing myself out my comfort zone and taking a bigger step was the best decision I made, coming from a school which provided a sixth form.
Over the last two years, I have been studying Law, Psychology and English Language which have all provided me with the advanced skills I have moving forward. In particular, Psychology has been a huge eye opener allowing me to study a range of fascinating topics. From learning about attachment in infants and caregivers to why criminals offend. I couldn't recommend studying this subject more. It allows you to understand how us as humans operate and respond in the way that we do; providing me with in-depth knowledge and key exam skills preparing me for my upcoming a-levels.
Progressing onwards from Carmel College, I was lucky enough to be accepted by all five of my university choices to study Law; my firm choice being University of Liverpool. The skills I have acquired throughout my studies have enabled me to have the confidence of reaching the grades I need. My teachers at Carmel College have provided me with endless support and expertise which I will have with me for a long time.