Why choose Science Clinic Private Tutors?

Our objective is to enable students of all abilities to develop their Psychology knowledge to their full potential, equipping them with the knowledge to prepare for exams at any level..

We make the specification simpler and enables a variety of teaching and learning approaches. This exciting and relevant course studies Psychology in a balanced framework of physical and human themes and investigates the link between them

This qualification offers an engaging and effective introduction to Psychology. Students will learn the fundamentals of the subject and develop skills valued by higher education (HE) and employers, including critical analysis, independent thinking and research.

Specifications designed for our students

Science Clinic Private Tutors uses specifications that have been worked by teachers, HE and the British Psychological Society. These groups of educated experts have produced clear, upto-date and stimulating specifications.

We have included a range of attractive topic options, allowing students and teachers to experience an interesting, diverse and coherent course of study.

Approaches and methods related to the core areas of Psychology, to enable students to engage in theoretical debate and to encourage an active involvement with the research process.

We have attached the AS and A-level specifications to cover core areas of Psychology and to be fully co-teachable within the first year of study. We know this will help teachers with resourcing and timetabling and will also allow students to switch between AS and A-level during the first year if they wish.


Clear, well-structured exams, accessible for all

We support you throughout your exam period. These specifications will appeal to a crosssection of students, regardless of whether they have studied the subject before. They build on skills developed in the sciences and humanities and enable progression into a wide range of other subjects.

Support and resources to help you teach

These new specifications focus on providing continuity for teachers and students.

You will see many familiar and popular topics from our previous specifications which include:

  • approaches and methods related to the core areas of Psychology – cognitive, social, biological, developmental, individual differences and research methods are all retained and delivered through content similar to the previous specifications
  • explanations from different approaches, along with psychological issues and debates, are retained

A range of topics

A-level students can choose from a range of attractive topic options which have been arranged to help teachers to teach to their strengths and at the same time ensure that their students experience an interesting, diverse and coherent course of study, regardless of which topics they choose.