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    hi guys,

    so i have a PSYA4 mock exam on the 6th of January. I have hardly revised anything due to being busy with family stuff. I am going on holiday to Cyprus tomorrow morning and coming back on sunday.

    I have tried different ways of revising but the info will not stick in my head. Im thinking just to go over past papers up to 2013 as the 2014 one isnt available. and hoping one of them will come up

    what do you guys think? would i get a good mark? whats the probability of one of them coming up?
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    My teachers told us that they will be using one of the past paper questions, they even said they're not going to mix and match, it's just going to be the whole paper, so yours will most likely do the same, although they may mix and match for PSYA4, but particularly the essay questions, they'll be too lazy to make them up so it will most likely be a past paper one. I would say to revise, do the past paper questions, like one every night. You could also note down main points from text book and record yourself going through everything, that way you can stick your earphones in wherever you go and listen on the go and after listening lots of times to the content in the correct order as well, you'll start becoming familiar with it and memorising stuff, it acts as a review sort of thing, as long as you don't waffle on and say any irrelevant points. Also, you don't have to pay full attention the whole time through, but just constantly listen to it more than once, and things will begin to go in
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    (Original post by JustBeing)
    My teachers told us that they will be using one of the past paper questions, they even said they're not going to mix and match, it's just going to be the whole paper, so yours will most likely do the same, although they may mix and match for PSYA4, but particularly the essay questions, they'll be too lazy to make them up so it will most likely be a past paper one. I would say to revise, do the past paper questions, like one every night. You could also note down main points from text book and record yourself going through everything, that way you can stick your earphones in wherever you go and listen on the go and after listening lots of times to the content in the correct order as well, you'll start becoming familiar with it and memorising stuff, it acts as a review sort of thing, as long as you don't waffle on and say any irrelevant points. Also, you don't have to pay full attention the whole time through, but just constantly listen to it more than once, and things will begin to go in
    thank you
 
 
 
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