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    (Original post by schoolgirl1)
    Yeah for all the six marker ones I would do one advantage then I would say why this would be good and then I would link it with context then a disadvantage then why this would be bad then context.
    Those weren't too bad actually!! I just think I did really badly on the pie chart if the x100 is wrong, the 2 conclusions for the data I didn't write much and also the 12 marker, I didn't know what to write for the measuring the DV and the control for one extraneous variable - my teacher didn't really help us much on 12 mark questions so yeah :/
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    (Original post by claudiamendes)
    Yeah I agree with you, like especially Section B, there wasn't much to say on the context so therefore you couldn't really elaborate and link bac to context (
    I thought they were a bit vague but I think for context you could just say for example for the 12 mark one, just talking about pets, loneliness or the residential home "The Oaklands" would be context, or for the corridor one just say after each point link it back to the behaviour shown when two people approach each other in a corridor
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    Just checking,what did everyone get on the ratio question?

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    (Original post by schoolgirl1)
    I thought they were a bit vague but I think for context you could just say for example for the 12 mark one, just talking about pets, loneliness or the residential home "The Oaklands" would be context, or for the corridor one just say after each point link it back to the behaviour shown when two people approach each other in a corridor
    Lets just hope that the core studies exam is way better!!
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    The x100 isn't wrong, that gives a percentage which is what u want for pie charts- trust me
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    (Original post by claudiamendes)
    Lets just hope that the core studies exam is way better!!
    Core studies will be much worse - for the 12 marker there was loads of context?!? About oaklands and loneliness and the 100 odd males and females
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    Just checking,what did everyone get on the ratio question?

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    Think I put 2:1
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    The x100 isn't wrong, that gives a percentage which is what u want for pie charts- trust me
    I should have put the workings out, because I would have got the question right (I only sketched it out but completely forgot to write the calculations down silly me!!)
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    The x100 isn't wrong, that gives a percentage which is what u want for pie charts- trust me
    Divide data by 200 the multiply by 360. First u get it out a percentage then out of a circle because it has 360 degrees

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    (Original post by schoolgirl1)
    Apparently the calculations are found in the appendices
    False. Apendices is where you write a list of all the materials used in the study. Raw data and calculations are in the results section where inferential statistics are too

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    (Original post by claudiamendes)
    Those weren't too bad actually!! I just think I did really badly on the pie chart if the x100 is wrong, the 2 conclusions for the data I didn't write much and also the 12 marker, I didn't know what to write for the measuring the DV and the control for one extraneous variable - my teacher didn't really help us much on 12 mark questions so yeah :/
    To measure the DV I suggested doing a self-report questionnaire with filler questions to avoid demand characteristics and then said I would use a critical question which would be a rating scale asking "How lonely do you feel on a scale from 1-10?" 1 being not lonely and 10 being very lonely, I hope that's right idk
    and for the extraneous variable I said that not everyone likes pets, then I said to control I would use a self-selecting sample so that people who don't like pets wouldn't volunteer
    As long as you referred to all 3 bullet points then included your own experience for the 12 marker you will be fine
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    (Original post by claudiamendes)
    Lets just hope that the core studies exam is way better!!
    Yeah ikr!!
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    (Original post by LenniesRabbit)
    Just checking,what did everyone get on the ratio question?

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    2:1 I think
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    (Original post by schoolgirl1)
    To measure the DV I suggested doing a self-report questionnaire with filler questions to avoid demand characteristics and then said I would use a critical question which would be a rating scale asking "How lonely do you feel on a scale from 1-10?" 1 being not lonely and 10 being very lonely, I hope that's right idk
    and for the extraneous variable I said that not everyone likes pets, then I said to control I would use a self-selecting sample so that people who don't like pets wouldn't volunteer
    As long as you referred to all 3 bullet points then included your own experience for the 12 marker you will be fine
    YES! I had done the exact same method and rating scale for the self-report. I was worried because I thought it would be a bit off topic but this has helped to calm me down a bit 😭

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    (Original post by Rtdsv)
    False. Apendices is where you write a list of all the materials used in the study. Raw data and calculations are in the results section where inferential statistics are too

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    I heard that the results has the inferential statistics but the appendices had the calculations for them, but I hope you're right because I put results!!
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    (Original post by LenniesRabbit)
    YES! I had done the exact same method and rating scale for the self-report. I was worried because I thought it would be a bit off topic but this has helped to calm me down a bit 😭

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    I wrote a questionnaire using a rating scale too!! I had how lonely did you feel on a scale of 1-10 where 1 = extremely lonely and 10 = not lonely at all or something like that hahahaha! And for the extraneous variable I think I did so crap I just wrote about avoiding participant variables so I used the repeated measures design I completely forgot about I could have put in to use a type of sampling method!!
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    (Original post by LenniesRabbit)
    YES! I had done the exact same method and rating scale for the self-report. I was worried because I thought it would be a bit off topic but this has helped to calm me down a bit 😭

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    Oh good I was worried too haha!! I think it should be right, what did you put for the extraneous variable and the control?
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    (Original post by claudiamendes)
    I wrote a questionnaire using a rating scale too!! I had how lonely did you feel on a scale of 1-10 where 1 = extremely lonely and 10 = not lonely at all or something like that hahahaha! And for the extraneous variable I think I did so crap I just wrote about avoiding participant variables so I used the repeated measures design I completely forgot about I could have put in to use a type of sampling method!!
    I think that's fine though if you wrote about participant variables! :d
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    I wrote about keeping the same type of Pet the same
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    (Original post by schoolgirl1)
    To measure the DV I suggested doing a self-report questionnaire with filler questions to avoid demand characteristics and then said I would use a critical question which would be a rating scale asking "How lonely do you feel on a scale from 1-10?" 1 being not lonely and 10 being very lonely, I hope that's right idk
    and for the extraneous variable I said that not everyone likes pets, then I said to control I would use a self-selecting sample so that people who don't like pets wouldn't volunteer
    As long as you referred to all 3 bullet points then included your own experience for the 12 marker you will be fine
    that's what i wrote but i didn add in the filler Q's and stuff as it didnt ask fir it and i wanted to save time but I did use a rating scale and explained about this created numerical data for comparison. But my extraneous variable would be what type of pet they had, so forth to control this they would all get a 2 month old kitten of the exact same breed
 
 
 
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