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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Psychology


ENTRY REQUIREMENT GCSE Science Grade 6 GCSE English Grade 5 GCSE Maths/Statistics Grade 4


Psychology is the science of the mind and of behaviour. On this course we consider reasons why people conform and obey authority, how best to define abnormality, ways to treat mental disorders as well as understanding how our memories work and the reasons why we forget. Studying Psychology encourages a questioning and analytical mind as well as helping to develop the important skills of summary and report writing.


AS Level 7181 (1 Year) Paper 1 – Introductory Topics in Psychology • 1 hour 30 minute exam • 72 marks • 50% of AS Level. Topics covered: Social influence, Memory and Attachment.


Paper 2 – Psychology in Context • 1 hour 30 minute exam • 72 marks • 50% of total AS Level. Topics covered: Approaches in Psychology, Psychopathology and Research Methods


A Level 7182 (2 Year) Paper 1 – Introductory Topics in Psychology • 2 hour exam • 96 marks • 33.33% of A Level. Topics covered: Social influence, Memory, Attachment and Psychopathology.


Paper 2 – Psychology in Context • 2 hour exam • 96 marks • 33.33% of A Level. Topics covered: Approaches in Psychology, Biopsychology and Research Methods.


Paper 3 – Issues and Options in Psychology • 2 hour exam • 96 marks • 33.33% of A Level. Topics covered: Issues and debates in Psychology plus three optional units to be decided.


A Level Exam Board: AQA


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