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    Hi, first of all just want to say that im sorry for this post if its already been posted a million times before but i just need to find the answer quickly since the exam is in only a few days.

    Im currently studying aqa psychology a2 and Im looking at eating disorders, relationships and aggression.

    I have a vague idea about everything but i just dont know how to write info out in detail in the essay. I just keep forgetting what ive just written out. This happens all the time :/

    I revise by just copying out notes from the pack and hoping that just sticks in my brain. Its obviously not working so i need to try some new techniques.

    Any tips?

    thanks
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    Should of done WJEC.
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    Thanks for your input
    any other tips please?
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    hey, im doing AQA A2 psych too, although we've done PSY4 first. Your exam is on Feb 3rd right? Well what I do is read the textbook over and over, try to remember where things are on the page. If that doesn't work for you, you could try doing mindmaps for each section of your exam (the 3 topics) in different colours and keep reading them. I also do flashcards, which I look at any time I can.
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    (Original post by Lasuil)
    hey, im doing AQA A2 psych too, although we've done PSY4 first. Your exam is on Feb 3rd right? Well what I do is read the textbook over and over, try to remember where things are on the page. If that doesn't work for you, you could try doing mindmaps for each section of your exam (the 3 topics) in different colours and keep reading them. I also do flashcards, which I look at any time I can.
    how is you teeside offer ABB/260 points?

    ABB is 320 points 260 is BCC
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    (Original post by The_Goose)
    how is you teeside offer ABB/260 points?

    ABB is 320 points 260 is BCC
    Because its only taking into account my 2 A levels and the AS i am doing this year.
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    (Original post by Lasuil)
    Because its only taking into account my 2 A levels and the AS i am doing this year.
    odd. fair do's
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    (Original post by The_Goose)
    odd. fair do's
    i think they just said 260pts, and my predicted grades are A for Psych and B for film and C for sociology so thats what id need for 260
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    (Original post by Lasuil)
    hey, im doing AQA A2 psych too, although we've done PSY4 first. Your exam is on Feb 3rd right? Well what I do is read the textbook over and over, try to remember where things are on the page. If that doesn't work for you, you could try doing mindmaps for each section of your exam (the 3 topics) in different colours and keep reading them. I also do flashcards, which I look at any time I can.

    Hey thanks very much for your tips
    oh.. mine seems to be onthe 29th of jan
    ill try doing what you said with the mind maps =]
 
 
 
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