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    I was wondering how did you get an A in your Psychology AQA?

    If you've done it of course.
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    Also, have you got any websites or something that could help me achieve an A if you've used any.

    Thanks x
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    http://www.brain-freeze.co.uk/psychologya2notes.html
    loopa is good too and the textbooks are generally good
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    (Original post by Da RainForest)
    http://www.brain-freeze.co.uk/psychologya2notes.html
    loopa is good too and the textbooks are generally good
    Omg, l have just checked the website and it's amazing.

    I also bought a book from loopa but it's too much to understand and some of the AO3 points confused me but other than that loopa is good.
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    Omg, l have just checked the website and it's amazing.

    I also bought a book from loopa but it's too much to understand and some of the AO3 points confused me but other than that loopa is good.
    I know I purchased one too and the amount of info in the essays are too much considering the limited time we have for the exam.
    That website is simply incredible I totally recommend!

    Are you in AS or A2?
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    (Original post by Da RainForest)
    I know I purchased one too and the amount of info in the essays are too much considering the limited time we have for the exam.
    That website is simply incredible I totally recommend!

    Are you in AS or A2?
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    You need to understand what AO1, 2 and 3 are, once you know those you can answer questions perfectly.

    Posters/mindmaps tend to work well - but you need to put concise notes down in your own words/language to help YOU remember.

    Try explaining theory/research to another person. If you can explain it simply and answer any questions they have - you understand it.

    Use the revision checklist that I uploaded in this thread. It includes everything you need to know for your exams. I've given it to my students and they think it's very helpful.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3887973
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    I was wondering how did you get an A in your Psychology AQA?

    If you've done it of course.
    I found Examtime really helpful, its a website where you can create mind maps, flash cards, quizzzes and other great revision techniques, it really helped me!

    Google it!
 
 
 
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