OCR A2 psychology, applied options exam

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just wondering if anyone has any tips for question B's in the A2 OCR psychology exam applied options. Also, I'm really behind on my revision for this exam, so does anyone know if since you get to choose the 2 essay questions, you can learn only 3 categories? for example; knowing Turning to crime, Making a case and Reaching a verdict without learning After a guilty verdict?
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Hey
just wondering if anyone has any tips for question B's in the A2 OCR psychology exam applied options. Also, I'm really behind on my revision for this exam, so does anyone know if since you get to choose the 2 essay questions, you can learn only 3 categories? for example; knowing Turning to crime, Making a case and Reaching a verdict without learning After a guilty verdict?
Yep definitely. If you read the spec, you only need to know 3 categories. I wasn't taught after a guilty verdict
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just wondering if anyone has any tips for question B's in the A2 OCR psychology exam applied options. Also, I'm really behind on my revision for this exam, so does anyone know if since you get to choose the 2 essay questions, you can learn only 3 categories? for example; knowing Turning to crime, Making a case and Reaching a verdict without learning After a guilty verdict?
My college has done 6 different topics and two years ago we could only answer 2 of the questions, it might be safe to try and learn the last category even if its brief
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My college has done 6 different topics and two years ago we could only answer 2 of the questions, it might be safe to try and learn the last category even if its brief
Ahh Im going to try, I'll read over them all just make sure which 6 topics was it you did?
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Yep definitely. If you read the spec, you only need to know 3 categories. I wasn't taught after a guilty verdict
Thank you I just didn't realise how long it would take for me to be able to remember just 1 section!
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Ahh Im going to try, I'll read over them all just make sure which 6 topics was it you did?
Well we had 6 booklets- stress, dysfunctional behaviour, disorders, turning to crime, reaching a guilty verdict and after a guilty verdict? x
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Well we had 6 booklets- stress, dysfunctional behaviour, disorders, turning to crime, reaching a guilty verdict and after a guilty verdict? x
Oh yeah we got taught all 8 but I'm only revising 6 for the exam, since I need time to go over how to answer question B's a bit better by tomorrow x
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