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    (Original post by Rik21)
    I'm not trying to sound like a d*ckhead but i didn't really revise for that exam (only learnt about SIT 5 minutes before the exam started) but if a kid did revise they could have easily got 100ums. I only did 2 past papers and i recognised a good 4 questions (probably 15 marks all together) it's just a shame i didn't remember the answers lol
    Cool story
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    (Original post by phoebecushion)
    I did workplace but I think you can do life changes because it talked about her life outside work
    ah yeah possibly, thats true!
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    (Original post by cherrycola98)
    No that's fine it could be SIT or hardiness training
    Phew!! Think it went quite well but don't want to be overly confident but hoping that my unit 1 score will bring me up!!
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    (Original post by Lad lol)
    WHOA which question asked about SIT and systematic desensitisation?
    psychological stress management (?)
    Unless I was going to write about the wrong thing anyway...
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    (Original post by yasx_)
    for the janet question i started writing about workload and johansson study but then i thought it was wrong so i crossed it all out and instead i wrote about low job control and marmot et al, i also wrote a little on rahe et al and life changes? is this wrong? this question was 4 marks, right? correct me if i'm wrong
    No that answer is perfectly right, you could do either work load Johansson or control-marmot not sure about life changes though I suppose that works
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    (Original post by mollev27)
    I think you need to put your opinion elsewhere, as it's not going to make anyone who felt that exam went badly feel any better.


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    I flopped the exam too... It's not a huge deal though? It is a fake subject at the end of the day. And i'm sure you did well enough in Unit 1 to make up for some mistakes for unit 2 (bear in mind that jan 2013 i think was 66% for an a)
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    (Original post by Lad lol)
    My god I can't remember this question .. Was it the one where you can say RET as well? As I said the ABC model
    I don't think there was a question where you shouldve mentioned the ABC model? there was nothing on the cognitive approach to psychopathology was there?
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    (Original post by Lad lol)
    **** how many marks was that question
    Worth? I said RET and abc model ffs
    Can't remember if it was 4 or 6 marks?? I think RET and abc are to do with cognitive approach to abnormality but I might be wrong :/
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    (Original post by Rik21)
    I flopped the exam too... It's not a huge deal though? It is a fake subject at the end of the day. And i'm sure you did well enough in Unit 1 to make up for some mistakes for unit 2 (bear in mind that jan 2013 i think was 66% for an a)
    Yeah so stop being cocky and horrible about it mate


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    (Original post by korrin)
    psychological stress management (?)
    Unless I was going to write about the wrong thing anyway...
    RET therapy am I rite? ffs it's in revision guide
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    (Original post by Lad lol)
    **** how many marks was that question
    Worth? I said RET and abc model ffs
    I think thats abnormality
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    What did everyone do for the analysis of psychoanalysis ?

    - I said potensial ethical issues due to bringing back the unconscious memories .. And how it can make the person more stressed than before

    - also talked about a strength that it was supported by Anna o... Cade study and how psychoanalysis helped her

    - but spoke about the limitations of using case studies and generally how case studies are bad .. E.c.t :/ idk what I'd get out of 4 Though


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    (Original post by anniemp)
    Was the question on behavioural approach 8 marks? and was it just outline and not evaluate?
    it was 6 marks, purely AO1. There were no 8 mark questions which was weird?
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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    Scattergraph q1 was c


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    there goes another mark for me then
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Cool story
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Ash-H)
    Anyone have an idea on what grade boundaries are going to be like? About how many marks for an A?
    53/4 = A most probably
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    It was the behavioural approach ^^

    Had to talk about operant /classical conditioning and social learning xd


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    (Original post by honeypot43)
    I don't think there was a question where you shouldve mentioned the ABC model? there was nothing on the cognitive approach to psychopathology was there?
    No but I thought it applied as a psychological method of stress too. It's in my revision guide and I guess CBT is kinda psychological how many marks did I lose ffs
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    (Original post by Anymorefor123)
    What did everyone do for the analysis of psychoanalysis ?

    - I said potensial ethical issues due to bringing back the unconscious memories .. And how it can make the person more stressed than before

    - also talked about a strength that it was supported by Anna o... Cade study and how psychoanalysis helped her

    - but spoke about the limitations of using case studies and generally how case studies are bad .. E.c.t :/ idk what I'd get out of 4 Though


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    I said it was time consuming, unconscious memories makes them feel bad, and it doesnt work for biological disorders like schizophrenia?
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    Found it really good!!!
    I didn't mention ECT IN THE LAST QUESTION
    CAN I STILL GET FULL MAKRS?
 
 
 
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