AQA A Level Psychology- Year 1
Features of Our Online Psychology A Level
Online Study Guru offers an unrivalled online study program for A levels delvered by experienced teachers with examining experience and proven results in their subject area.
You can sit the AS for Psychology in May/June 2021 (Covid permitting!) and then sit the A2 A level next year at the end of year 2 (2022).
If this is your preferred route you will be fully supported to prepare for the AS Level exams.
All teachers are fully qualified with extensive experience delivering A Level Psychology achieving results that consistently place their students in the top 20% national performance.
Students will be scheduled to receive two 90 minute live lessons delivered by zoom to replicate the interactive classroom. Content will be delivered and your questions answered in real time. Weekly assignments will be marked and detailed individual feedback given every half term based on a timed assessment to report on your progress.
Class size 15 students Max
Class size 40 students Max
No live classes
Online Psychology A Level Course Description
Psychology is a diverse intriguing and fascinating subject
that relates to every aspect of our lives. Psychology helps us to understand
the world we live in and predict the behaviour of those around us. Psychology
is an exciting and ever advancing science seeking to answer questions about why
people behave in the way that they do and how they can be helped to manage their
Psychology goes beyond cultivating investigative and
critical thinking skills, it teaches mathematical & statistical skills,
helps with essay writing, fosters ethical thinking & enhances problem solving
Online Psychology A Level Key concepts covered include:
- Social influence
- Approaches in Psychology
- Research methods
- Issues and debates in Psychology
- Forensic Psychology
What can the subject prepare me for?
Students can go on to study a variety of courses at university and enter a range of careers.
Past students have gone on to degrees in Psychology, Criminology, Sociology, Business studies, Human Biology, Advertising &
Marketing, Law, Sports Science and Forensic Science.
Possible careers include: Clinical Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Teaching, social Work, Health & Social Care, Human Resources and Physiotherapy.