Many previous students have been motivated by this course to progress to Access Courses in order to study Psychology/Social Sciences at University.
GCSE Psychology is a course designed to motivate, encourage and inspire learners to develop a personal interest in and enthusiasm for the study of human behaviour: why people think and behave the way that we do.
The course has three units:
B541: Sex and Gender, Memory, Attachment, Obedience, Atypical Behaviour.
B542: Criminal Behaviour, Perception, Cognitive Development,Non Verbal Communication, Individual Differences -The Self
There are no specific entry requirements for this course. However, skills in English and Maths up to GCSE Level are beneficial.
Assessment is by 3 written exams.
Qualification in GCSE Psychology enables students to progress further or directly towards employment or, to proceed to further qualifications.