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    (Original post by mel0n)
    :poke:, Jabed.
    oh crap ,my bad - I only bothered ot look at her first post!
    I've been on this laptop since 6pm, doing two bloody PY4 essays! I think my mind is messing with me :puppyeyes:
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    oh crap ,my bad - I only bothered ot look at her first post!
    I've been on this laptop since 6pm, doing two bloody PY4 essays! I think my mind is messing with me :puppyeyes:
    Hahaha I've been on this laptop since then too! :shock:!!!

    And aaaah, which two?
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    Hahaha I've been on this laptop since then too! :shock:!!!

    And aaaah, which two?
    Understudied relatioships in psychological research.
    and...
    Theories of crime.

    I've kinda given up now. Each essay is around a 1000 words so that means if we times this by 21 (as thats the amount we have to learn)
    We need to memorise around 20,000-21000 words for the exam!! I think I'll make some notes for this thread tmrw, on some of this stuff :yes:
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    Understudied relatioships in psychological research.
    and...
    Theories of crime.

    I've kinda given up now. Each essay is around a 1000 words so that means if we times this by 21 (as thats the amount we have to learn)
    We need to memorise around 20,000-21000 words for the exam!! I think I'll make some notes for this thread tmrw, on some of this stuff :yes:
    I'm doing the aetiologies of schizophrenia notes at the moment - so much to write!!!!

    Theories of crime is for forensic psychology? And aaaah, so much to learn!

    You learn more than one topic at once???
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    I'm doing the aetiologies of schizophrenia notes at the moment - so much to write!!!!

    Theories of crime is for forensic psychology? And aaaah, so much to learn!

    You learn more than one topic at once???
    yep we have 5 lessons a week
    2 - on forensic
    2 - on relationsips
    1 - controversies

    eventually it will just be controversies and memory.
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    yep we have 5 lessons a week
    2 - on forensic
    2 - on relationsips
    1 - controversies

    eventually it will just be controversies and memory.
    :shock: Wow! We just do one topic at a time!!! Is it not confusing doing three at once?!


    Anyway I'm off to bed will talk tomorrow or something and I will post the notes as soon as I get them done need them to print out for myself too as I can use them for revision (which is one of my main reasons for doing them)

    :moon:
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    there are only six people doing psychology on the wjec board :O
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    (Original post by ilikecookies)
    there are only six people doing psychology on the wjec board :O
    I think here are more luking about on the forums. :ninja: And I don't think everyone in this thread has been mentioned in the initial post - mainly because jabed isn't sure what topics etc. that they are doing.
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    :shock: Wow! We just do one topic at a time!!! Is it not confusing doing three at once?!


    Anyway I'm off to bed will talk tomorrow or something and I will post the notes as soon as I get them done need them to print out for myself too as I can use them for revision (which is one of my main reasons for doing them)

    :moon:
    Nahh its not bad, I quite like it because somehow it feels like we have done loads since we are covering different things. However one of my teachers has said he is going to stop doing controversies for a while untill we finish Forensics.

    I asked my other teacher about that 3 mark definitions things (to do with controversy questions) and she said that they will ask definitions to do with the question e.g. a nature/nurture debate will have a question to do with nature/nurture.
    Also we shouldnt look at that TES forum too much because its full of negative people who fail at WJEC.
    On a diff note.... PY3 results on thursday :eek3:
    I have a feeling I screwed up in that disadv of science essay and done a few stupid mistakes in the section A/B.
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    Forensic Notes
    Approaches to Offender Profiling Essay/Notes.
    I've basically typed out my essay but chopped it down to the key points and studies.

    I hope people will start posting some of their own notes, this is a give-and-take thread
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    I will start posting mine Need to start typing some more out. I've only typed out the physiological explanations of Schizophrenia so far :ninja:
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    Hey just a quick question. Spent the afternoon sorting out all of my notes and found a section on biorythyms and wondered where where this falls?
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    I don't know anything about biorhythms :no:
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    (Original post by jabed786)
    Forensic Notes
    Approaches to Offender Profiling Essay/Notes.
    I've basically typed out my essay but chopped it down to the key points and studies.

    I hope people will start posting some of their own notes, this is a give-and-take thread
    wow this is really useful!thanks
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    :ninja: This should be the psychological and physiological causes of Schizophrenia. :ninja:


    If there's things you think should be improved on, etc. let me know Would be nice to know I'm including the right sort of content etc.
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    :ninja: This should be the psychological and physiological causes of Schizophrenia. :ninja:


    If there's things you think should be improved on, etc. let me know Would be nice to know I'm including the right sort of content etc.
    I dont do abnormal (as you know) but the notes look really good :yeah:
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    (Original post by ilikecookies)
    wow this is really useful!thanks
    your welcome - I'll post more of my essays in a cut down format when I get a chance. The one I've posted is about 65% of my essay word for word (ive cut out the bits that make the essay more 'flowy' and develop the points a little further).
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    Jabed, them notes you have written out, which essay question are they for? Profiling? Have you learnt American and British approaches or have you done something about Geographical profiling too?
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    Jabed, them notes you have written out, which essay question are they for? Profiling? Have you learnt American and British approaches or have you done something about Geographical profiling too?
    Yep its the first essay for Forensics (the Profiling one)
    The bulk of my essay was the American & British approaches. I wrote just one chunky paragraph for the Geographical in my essay (was just a one A01 point and an A02 point) And I got an A for that essay, so you dont need to write much on it hence I didnt really bother including it in the notes.
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    Anyone done any stuff for the nature/nurture controversy question?
 
 
 
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