komalApr 20, 2012
i am an arts student and i want to pursue psychology.i just appeared for 12th board exams.i want to ...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - Hi Komal,

You will have to study statistics as a subject for the B.A. Psychology degree, the year or semester in which you will have to study statistics as a subject depends on the syllabus of the university/college you get admission in.
Statistics in Psychology is very different from Mathematics, it just helps you make sense of the abstract data, there are various software programs that you can use to perform the statistical analysis, you just need to focus on how you can interpret the data and study the relationship between the variables.
Also, statistics is just a part of this course!

Here's the link to the syllabus for BA Psychology program for Delhi University, you can go through the link to know more about what this program has to offer:

On completion of your undergraduate degree, you can opt for MA Psychology as well.
In addition, to know more about psychology as a career and about careers related to the Humanities stream you can visit the following links:

If you want to make a switch, you can go for an MBA in HR. Background knowledge in psychology and psychological assessments will help you in recruiting candidates that are apt for the particular job.

Hope this helps.
Do get back to us with your feedback and additional queries.
Apr 21, 2012

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