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    I'm studying WJEC psychology and I'm so confused! My teacher honestly doesn't know what he's talking about and even using the plans he's giving us, I'm still getting low marks! I'm not bad at essays, I have good grades for English but I just don't have any idea of how to structure my answer or use better evaluations! Can anyone help me please!?!?!

    I recommend using the WJEC textbook, it's very useful

    I would definitely invest in one of the textbooks written for the WJEC specification, they should contain most of the information you need to know and provide example essays to answer the questions with notes on how to improve/what gives it top marks.

    You should be able to get them second hand at relatively cheap prices if you're not bothered about buying new; I would recommend this one by Cara Flanagan and Julia Russell. Another book that came out relatively recently may also be of use, although it came out after I finished my studies so I don't know if it is better or if it's worth sticking to the earlier one I mentioned.
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