I'm studying... BSc Psychology
I'm interested in... Psychological counselling and Clinical Psychology
My study level is... University undergraduate
Hello, I am a Psychology student doing my BSc. Psychology 3rd year.I am in very much need of some guidance on how to attempt a final year psychology paper. As I am a correspondence student, I have not had a teacher to guide me. The first two years I cleared all subjects but that's not enough. I need to get good grades in order to get into University. It would be very kind if anyone could help me in any way to get an idea of how to attempt a psychology paper and what to study/what to leave from the textbooks.
I have three textbooks this year:
3.Psychology for modern life
Eagerly waiting for a reply. Regards.
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