A level psychology revision techniques

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Kevincosgrove
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For my mocks in a few weeks, i need to learn Milgram, Asch, Bennett levy, Rahe and behaviorist approach, any revision tips?
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Mind maps or revision/flash cards for each topic are always a good idea. Try to condense info down into small memorable chunks, should make revision easier-going.
Best of luck in your mocks
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(Original post by Kevincosgrove)
For my mocks in a few weeks, i need to learn Milgram, Asch, Bennett levy, Rahe and behaviorist approach, any revision tips?
Write out the essay and highlight.

Then make flash cards which basically have cue words for A01/2
(It's how I did AS anyways)


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Youtube videos are quite a good way to learn things relatively quickly
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