Amberhackett
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In our psychology classes I feel like I understand all of the information that we are receiving and I write it all down, but I can't remember anything when it comes to revising for mocks.

I don't have this issue for maths or physics (my other AS's) but in psychology I just can't seem to make any of the content stay in my head.

Any suggestions how I can resolve this please?

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Have a go at these revision quizzes on social influence - they may help you test which topics are strong / weak for you

Revision Quizzes on Social Influence

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(Original post by Amberhackett)
In our psychology classes I feel like I understand all of the information that we are receiving and I write it all down, but I can't remember anything when it comes to revising for mocks.

I don't have this issue for maths or physics (my other AS's) but in psychology I just can't seem to make any of the content stay in my head.

Any suggestions how I can resolve this please?

(Current topic: social influence)
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