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Heya

Firstly what do everyone think will be the exam essay questions this year?? Do you think the board would repeat an essay they did last year?

Anyhow, in the images below I have photographed a little table I did containing all the exam questions that have come up from 2010 to 2015 (sorry they're only on the topics of relationships, aggression, eating behaviour and schizophrenia as they're the ones I'm doing).
I made these tables to give a clearer view of previous questions to hopefully maybe see a pattern or see what are more likely to come up this year.
I thought I'd post them incase anyone wanted to see.
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Heya

Firstly what do everyone think will be the exam essay questions this year?? Do you think the board would repeat an essay they did last year?

Anyhow, in the images below I have photographed a little table I did containing all the exam questions that have come up from 2010 to 2015 (sorry they're only on the topics of relationships, aggression, eating behaviour and schizophrenia as they're the ones I'm doing).
I made these tables to give a clearer view of previous questions to hopefully maybe see a pattern or see what are more likely to come up this year.
I thought I'd post them incase anyone wanted to see.
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From experience of this exam from last year and trying myself to predict what could come up. It could literally be anything, alot of people in my year predicted that one of the older questions would come up, but when they got to the exam, it threw everyone off completely when it wasnt that one. Try to know everything you can rather than concentrating on one particular question as it could be anything, but as long as you have a basic gist of it all, you should be fine for the exam, practice practice practice!
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Heya

Firstly what do everyone think will be the exam essay questions this year?? Do you think the board would repeat an essay they did last year?

Anyhow, in the images below I have photographed a little table I did containing all the exam questions that have come up from 2010 to 2015 (sorry they're only on the topics of relationships, aggression, eating behaviour and schizophrenia as they're the ones I'm doing).
I made these tables to give a clearer view of previous questions to hopefully maybe see a pattern or see what are more likely to come up this year.
I thought I'd post them incase anyone wanted to see.
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Do you happen to have the 2015 paper for psay3? would really love to know the essay questions in preparation for mock
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Do you happen to have the 2015 paper for psay3? would really love to know the essay questions in preparation for mock
I don't have the mock as such (as in I don't have it as a document) but I do have a list of all the questions what topics are you doing? x
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From experience of this exam from last year and trying myself to predict what could come up. It could literally be anything, alot of people in my year predicted that one of the older questions would come up, but when they got to the exam, it threw everyone off completely when it wasnt that one. Try to know everything you can rather than concentrating on one particular question as it could be anything, but as long as you have a basic gist of it all, you should be fine for the exam, practice practice practice!
I know, I need to be aware of and keep in mind they literally could do anything to try and throw us off. Gahh just so annoying knowing we need to study loads of things and inky get asked like 3 questions ahh!
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I don't have the mock as such (as in I don't have it as a document) but I do have a list of all the questions what topics are you doing? x
Sleep aggression and relationships
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Sleep aggression and relationships
Sure here they are...

AGGRESSION: discuss research into institutional aggression

SLEEP: outline one explanation for narcolepsy (4 marks) AND outline and evaluate evolutionary explanations for the functions of sleep (4 and 16 marks)

RELATIONSHIPS discuss the influence of childhood on romantic relationships


(I think I posted them when you asked on a different thread here - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3801129 - but either ways there's last year's ones for sleep, aggression and relationships)

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Sure here they are...

AGGRESSION: discuss research into institutional aggression

SLEEP: outline one explanation for narcolepsy (4 marks) AND outline and evaluate evolutionary explanations for the functions of sleep (4 and 16 marks)

RELATIONSHIPS discuss the influence of childhood on romantic relationships


(I think I posted them when you asked on a different thread here - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3801129 - but either ways there's last year's ones for sleep, aggression and relationships)

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I know, I need to be aware of and keep in mind they literally could do anything to try and throw us off. Gahh just so annoying knowing we need to study loads of things and inky get asked like 3 questions ahh!
I know right, its so annoying! Try to aim for roughly no more than say 5 or 6 studies per essay question, you dont need to know about them in massive detail, but enough so you can evaluate it loads. The A02/3 points are the main ones to get, if you keep evaluating all the way through and its all cohesive and that, you should be fine with it . I find that if i learn the studies themselves and then come up with evaluation points in the exam helps as it saves you trying to remember too much then
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