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In terms of revising for psychology this year, my method consists of writing out the entirety of my notes on to PowerPoint slides - and whilst it worked last year (I got an A) this year it has made revision a very boring and cumbersome.

But, the only other way I can think of revising is to simply complete every single past paper question I can get my hands on- and then cover every single eventuality in terms of essays.

But given the unpredictability of AQA - would this method be beneficial at all?
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