Hello Psychology students, I am studying as you can guess Psychology! Whoopee! My first year!!??
In this thread I would like you guys to write you opinions on your first few months studying psychology.
What do you think of psychology? Loving it or nah?
What part is interesting? Attachments, cognitive interview, Bowlby theories, culture variation, research methods?
What are your aims for the end of the course? So what do you wish to achieve?
Are you looking forward for you're mocks??
And are there any sites that you could recommend on this tread that can help us students with revision or to make notes.
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Psychology Students- First Year at A level. watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-01-2015 22:53
- 08-01-2015 06:25
Hi, I did psychology as one of my subjects for A-levels. It wasn't supposed to be one of my main subjects but somehow I developed the interest, and found it quite easy to study. It ended up being the subject I scored the most in. You have to read a looot, and reading the original studies can be a bit boring, but it's necessary. For specific studies you can find revision notes on slideshare.net
There is one more site we used to use, but I did CIE so I'm not sure how helpful it'll be for you, but I'll share it anyway (as soon as I find it again).
Hope this helps