anyone who has done/is doing psychology help PLEASE!!! (urgent)

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Anyone who has previously done psychology or is doing it etc etc please i need your help! i was doing pastpapers and came upon the 2009 question about memory improvement techniques and i have no clue about it... i've obviously looked at the marking instructions but theyre really not helping and my college lecturer is taking weeks to reply. Pretty sure we havent done this is class as i have no notes on it.. obviosuly the exam is so soon as doing want to miss out a whole chunk. So i'm wondering can someone people help me out with what its all about? thanks so much in advance!!! x
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(Original post by sophielaur)
Anyone who has previously done psychology or is doing it etc etc please i need your help! i was doing pastpapers and came upon the 2009 question about memory improvement techniques and i have no clue about it... i've obviously looked at the marking instructions but theyre really not helping and my college lecturer is taking weeks to reply. Pretty sure we havent done this is class as i have no notes on it.. obviosuly the exam is so soon as doing want to miss out a whole chunk. So i'm wondering can someone people help me out with what its all about? thanks so much in advance!!! x
It's not on the course syllabus anymore (I'm assuming this is higher) as we never got taught it either
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It's not on the course syllabus anymore (I'm assuming this is higher) as we never got taught it either
ooh thats so great to hear!! thanks so much (weirdly just got a reply from my psychology lecturer giving me information on it though... sorry but are you 100% it isnt in the syllabus anymore)? thanks
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ooh thats so great to hear!! thanks so much (weirdly just got a reply from my psychology lecturer giving me information on it though... sorry but are you 100% it isnt in the syllabus anymore)? thanks
hmmmm weird, mine told us last week not to study it (and we never have) because its no longer in the syllabus but maybe best to study it incase!!
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There's no harm in studying it, particularly as you still have something like a week before the exam. I did Psychology last year and got an A1, but I'm anxious of passing on anything I remember just in case I'm not recalling correctly. The irony of that statement considering your uncertainty centres on memory improvement techniques is not lost on me.
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yeah i am pretty sure its not on the syllable anymore
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