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    I have completed my notes for unit 3 and 4. I will also be resitting unit 1 and 2. I have also completed my notes for AS, I have no other A-Levels to study and the topics I'm studying are:

    Unit 1: Attachment, Memory and Research Methods
    Unit 2: Abnormalilties, Stress and Majority Influence
    Unit 3: Gender, Agression and Eating behaviour
    Unit 4: Addiction, Schizophrenia and Research Methods

    Afore mentioned I have completed my notes for every topic, I feel fairly comfortable with Unit 1 and 2 but how do I memorise all the content in the time left, what's the best way? ))

    Use the memory unit to help you - How does information make its way into LTM? How can you apply that knowledge into your real life?

    You can make posters with concise notes. They will act as triggers.
    Explaining a theory to someone who doesn't know it could help, get them to ask questions. If they're able to understand it fully you know it well enough (be a teacher)

    Make sure you understand what AO1, 2 and 3 is asking from you, and which command words/questions want what. (Some Q's only need AO2, others need AO1 and 2 etc)
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