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Psychology is the science of the mind. However, there's a lot of depth to this subject and it can also cover sports, health, social behaviour, and cognitive processes.
It's not one of the most common subjects taught in school, but that doesn't mean you can't study it at GCSE, A-Level, or as a degree at university. Similarly, you can also learn more about psychology through private tuition and online lessons.
If you're interested in learning more about it, let's see why it's an important field of science to study, the challenges you might face if you choose to study it, what you might learn about it in your lessons at school, and how private tutoring can help.
There are a lot of good reasons to study psychology. The most obvious reason is that certain lines of work will require qualifications in psychology. With a university degree in psychology, you could become a clinical psychologist, counsellor, further education teacher, occupational psychologist, or sports and exercise psychologist.
Psychology can also help you to understand yourself and others better and improve your communication skills as a result. Studying psychology will also help you get better at doing research, understanding how to approach research tasks, critical thinking.
Psychology is certainly a fascinating subject, but it definitely isn't one of the easier subjects you can study. It's a science where the approach to understanding it requires that you almost forget about your own personal experience, which is difficult as everyone learning about the subject is a human with years of experience dealing with their own mind and psyche.
If you're told about a theory or concept during one of your psychology lessons, but you've had a vastly different personal experience, it can be difficult to not dismiss what you've been taught simply due to a personal bias. Emotions and experience are powerful things and you have to remember that a lot of areas of psychology will use a working model that won't necessarily describe every individualised experience.
This doesn't mean you have to accept every theory, model, and idea at face value, but it does mean that each student needs to think critically about the lessons they're being taught without allowing their own experience to muddy the waters.
As psychology isn't really taught at primary school or for most of the secondary school, the GCSE will be many students' first opportunity to study psychology in earnest. However, it's not the most commonly taught GCSE course so if it's not available at your school, don't worry as you can still get onto a university course without it.
However, if you do have the opportunity to study GCSE Psychology, it's a good way to start developing the skills and knowledge you'll need to take the subject further at university.
With that in mind, let's take a look at what students learning about psychology at GCSE will cover. We've taken the AQA Exam as an example so if you're studying with a different exam board, your course content may differ.
Students can learn about cognition and behaviour with a focus on memory, perception, development, and research methods in the scientific field of psychology.
They'll also spend time studying social context and behaviour. This includes social influence, language, thought, and communication, brain and neuropsychology, and psychological problems.
If you're interested in learning about psychology and taking your studies to university in order to work in the field, the GCSE is always a good place to start.
Whether you're studying psychology at GCSE, A-Level, or degree, students can get help from a private tutor. Even if the teaching at your school or university is very good, your teacher mightn't have the time or resources they need to offer you all the support you need to get the most out of your lessons.
Private tutors can dedicate every minute of every lesson to teaching you in the way that works best for you rather than using the methods that work best for the whole class.
In addition to working with students individually and offering tailored tutoring, a private tutor can offer support to a student's regular lessons at school. However, tutors can also teach students about psychology even if they aren't currently studying the subject elsewhere.
If you're looking for a private psychology tutor in Leeds, check out the Superprof website. You can find tutors based in and around Leeds who can teach you from the comfort of your own home with their approach tailored to the student.
There's also online tutoring available if you can't find any suitable local tutors. It's also worth knowing that online tutors tend to charge less than face-to-face tutors as they can schedule more lessons each week and have fewer travel costs to worry about. While there are drawbacks to online tutoring for hands-on subjects, with academic subjects like maths, English, and psychology, they can be just as effective as having the tutor there in the room with you.
As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can enjoy tutoring from tutors all over the world.
Group tutorials are a great option for those on a budget as you can share the cost of the tutor's time with the other students in your class. While you won't be working one-on-one with your tutor, they can be useful if you and some classmates need some academic support through tutoring.
Don't forget that a lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson or session for free. Use these free sessions to try out several tutors before deciding on the one that's right for you and your budget.
It's a good idea to work out exactly what you're looking for in a tutor and view each tutor's profile carefully to make sure they have the skills and experience that you're looking for before you start getting in touch.