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Interested in how the brain works/phycology and want to do something related to that as a career

I also interested in human behaviour (that kinda relates to the brain as well) and I love sports- especially Basketball so I was thinking a sports phycologist ? or anything really that relates to how the brain works, Any ideas to this . Any ideas what sunjects to take at high school? What science's should I take? What maths should I take Calculis? Statistics? I'm also looking for a job that doesn't pay peanuts!! #brain #medicine #phycologists


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crystal’s Answer

Lorenzo,

It is awesome you already have a direction in which you are interested in going with your life. My first suggestion is to get to know the guidance or career counselor at your school to help with your selection of courses based upon what is offered and what he/she recommends. If you have a school in mind offering the course and know that will be the school you are attending, I would contact admissions there and see if they can also help suggest what courses would be beneficial to you and help prepare you for success in that field of study. You should be able to get more direct information about what would be best as far as selecting your courses in high school to set yourself up for smooth transitions into you freshmen year of college. Hopefully this helped you out some. I know I wasn't able to provide you will exact courses but I dont know the variety or selections that are available to you. Good luck, I hope you are able to achieve all your goals and accomplish all you wish too!

~Crystal


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Hwal’s Answer

Lorenzo,


You seem to have a clear idea on a general direction, and that's a great place to start. How about talking with an academic advisor or a careers counsellor, or even both if you need to? It sounds like you could benefit from exploring career and course choices with any of these helping professionals to inform where you should go next.


Hwal

Hwal recommends the following next steps:

Talk with an academic advisor and/or a careers counsellor.

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