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do u know da link edexcel pycholgy AS unit 2 passpaprs and marking shems frm 2009 onwards plzzz
I have only just got time to check my TSR and had chance to read your email.
With regards to Psychology, I so would love an A* - what does SPEC A include? At present I've revised the Psychodynamic, Cognitive, Behavioural, Humanistic and Social Learning Theory Approaches; have you studied any of these? I totally understand and agree reading out loud does help...maybe not so much for other people in the library though, will have to whisper!
I'm overwhelmed at the moment with the Biological Approach - neurotransmitter I only just get but the brain...oh my days so much to remember. I struggle not falling asleep when revising this.
I'm going to print some Papers in the morning and tackle them over the week but if I'm honest the wording in my AO1 AO2 etc is tricky for me - how about yourself?
I have only just started tonight with RE - sounds like we're doing the same Units. Unit 1 Ethics and Religion. Unit 2 - Philosophy and Religion. How are you finding it? Suggests to start a scrapbook with Articles etc, does this really help? And which AQA books for these Units are the best to buy - limited of funds and don't want to order the wrong book.
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By the way, I'm Dale and any help would be appreciated
Well I haven't finished my A level yet, I've only been predicted an A*. Lets hope I can live up to my prediction! But one thing I must mention is that I did the AQA Psychology A syllabus so I can't comment directly on the course you are doing. However, what I did in the lead up to my exams was to write up concise notes of basically everything I need to know and then, as boring as it sounds, just read it over and over again aloud (you remember twice as much if you read a text aloud as opposed to just silently, apparently ). With psychology, I think it more comes to 'preparing for the exam', so if you just go over past papers you can easily pick up the exam technique. They can be quite particular though, so look through the mark schemes to see what the key words are for the marks.
As for Religious Studies, well it really depends on what modules you are taking. For my AS, I took the Philosophy of Religion and Ethics modules, and for them I found the AQA textbooks very helpful. Also, for a subject like Religious Studies, there really isn't a limit to how much you can know, so if you find any articles that are relevant or documentaries, just jot down some notes and the examiners will sure to be impressed.
Hope that helps!
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