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I've just started revising for my AS psychology And seriously underestimated how much I need to learn:/
can anyone help me and give some suggestions to what I actually need to revise, I seem to have loads of background information for core studies and I don't know if it's relevant!
any help would massively appreciated!
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Argh i know what you mean! Try the website 'Holah' it goes through all the stuff you need to know about the studies including the section c approaches questions. The best thing to do would be past papers.. Or maybe create a summary sheet for each of the studies and approaches?
For each studies make sure you know the stimulus, aim, sample and sample method, results and conclusion, ethics and usefulness of the study . Also, revise the strengths and weaknesses of the sampling method etc
Good luck!

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