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Hey! Hows everyone finding the OCR A2 units?


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Lets just say there is a lot more to learn than expected
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Well I'm only taking the G543 exam (I took G544 last summer along with the AS units) and so far I'm finding it enjoyable (well health is, I got really bored learning about forensic) but very overwhelming! I have no idea how I'm going to learn all 72 studies!


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(Original post by Lauren___e)
Well I'm only taking the G543 exam (I took G544 last summer along with the AS units) and so far I'm finding it enjoyable (well health is, I got really bored learning about forensic) but very overwhelming! I have no idea how I'm going to learn all 72 studies!


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I suppose my college is lucky because we're only learning 54 studies. However as im resitting unit 2, ive still got around 71 to learn.
So far im finding the health topic a little bit boring..looking forward to moving on to stress.


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Stressful, there's a lot to learn. But manageable, I find the topics on health really interesting, especially the disorders section. Forensics is also really good but I prefer health.
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(Original post by Yellowglitter19)
I suppose my college is lucky because we're only learning 54 studies. However as im resitting unit 2, ive still got around 71 to learn.
So far im finding the health topic a little bit boring..looking forward to moving on to stress.


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The healthy living section was a little boring I guess but the good thing is you can kind of blag answers to it because you can think how you make decision etc :P But yeah, learning about stress is definitely more interesting especially as it feels so relevant at the moment!


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Has anyone started to revise?

I find that i know all the content yet cant get full marks in the questions.

My college doesn't teach exam technique
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Has anyone started to revise?

I find that i know all the content yet cant get full marks in the questions.

My college doesn't teach exam technique
We use IAMPPRC (intro,aim,method,participants,p rocedure,results,conclusion) for section A questions.

And PRECCE:
Point
Reason
Example/evidence
Comment
Comment extender

...for section B questions.

Im currently at the stage where I'm trying to condense all the studies down to make them more manageable.


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Any suggestions in how to actually condense the studies down. I mean it's now march :eek: and i'm starting to panic a little bit. As every time i try to knuckle down and sort out the rest of my revision aids, i can more work from other subjects and psychology itself with more and more studies, evaluation points etc etc.

Would be very helpful for any suggestions?
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(Original post by lozjames1)
Any suggestions in how to actually condense the studies down. I mean it's now march :eek: and i'm starting to panic a little bit. As every time i try to knuckle down and sort out the rest of my revision aids, i can more work from other subjects and psychology itself with more and more studies, evaluation points etc etc.

Would be very helpful for any suggestions?
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Personally, i like to only know about 2 results (3 maximum if its a shorter study). I also only want to know one aim and key parts of the procedure.

Evaluation points are more important because you get more marks obvs.


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Anyone know anything about how to answer 15 marker reductionist questions?


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