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    I recently got my Psychology AS back, 1 UMS off a grade B, so I sent it to remark and it bloody dropped 6 marks.. (still a grade C) I was wondering if I got a U in A2 will it be a U overall or will it at least be a grade? Curious. THANK YOU.
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    (Original post by KingKobe)
    I recently got my Psychology AS back, 1 UMS off a grade B, so I sent it to remark and it bloody dropped 6 marks.. (still a grade C) I was wondering if I got a U in A2 will it be a U overall or will it at least be a grade? Curious. THANK YOU.
    It should at least be a grade.
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    It'd definitely grade but it'd probably be an E. Depends on what exam board you're doing but I might be able to help if you feel like you are gonna get a U?
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    (Original post by AlteredBoy)
    It'd definitely grade but it'd probably be an E. Depends on what exam board you're doing but I might be able to help if you feel like you are gonna get a U?
    Thank you both for the comment so far, no it's not that, I just, A2 is much more difficult. I'm finding it a little hard to write well especially for 3 essays per exam with only half an hour, I've already done many mocks and know the timing is to finish one essay completely is impossible so I've decided to have less points to remember and have shorter essays overall. Revising is like reciting a whole book!

    I've been revising psychology everyday for good 2 months and 2 more months to go, how should the essays be structured?
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    (Original post by KingKobe)
    Thank you both for the comment so far, no it's not that, I just, A2 is much more difficult. I'm finding it a little hard to write well especially for 3 essays per exam with only half an hour, I've already done many mocks and know the timing is to finish one essay completely is impossible so I've decided to have less points to remember and have shorter essays overall. Revising is like reciting a whole book!

    I've been revising psychology everyday for good 2 months and 2 more months to go, how should the essays be structured?
    I don't think I'm doing the same exam board as you, but I'd definitely have a root round here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3925187 to see if you can find someone else on your board. If not, resourcd is a great place that loads of teachers use to upload resources - you might be able to find a teacher on your board that could help with this sort of stuff
 
 
 
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