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    I regret taking this subject, i only took it because i thought it would be interesting but instead its full of essays thats going to take up most of my revision time even though i plan on dropping it as it has no part in my future.

    Does anybody else think that psychology exams are heavily memory intensive and its more about remembering things rather than applying your knowledge to questions?
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    (Original post by not_lucas1)
    I regret taking this subject, i only took it because i thought it would be interesting but instead its full of essays thats going to take up most of my revision time even though i plan on dropping it as it has no part in my future.

    Does anybody else think that psychology exams are heavily memory intensive and its more about remembering things rather than applying your knowledge to questions?
    I think that it is a bit of both- being able to remember definitions and explanations and being able to apply it.
    I am thinking of dropping this subject too at the end of the year - too much to remember. I like to watch videos.I strongly recommend watching Wahey Productions on youtube if you are doing aqa or if not it is worthwhile watching videos where the content overlaps.
    Hopefully you will find psychology interesting again
 
 
 
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