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    That's unfortunately right, I'm retaking all 4 units as well as the 2 units in a2. Last year was a bit rough so my grades were nowhere near what I hoped. I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find predicted/potential exam questions for these units? I have all the past questions, although it's great doing these I feel like its a low chance of them coming up again. Any help guys? Thank you! Chelsea
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    (Original post by chelsearenton)
    That's unfortunately right, I'm retaking all 4 units as well as the 2 units in a2. Last year was a bit rough so my grades were nowhere near what I hoped. I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find predicted/potential exam questions for these units? I have all the past questions, although it's great doing these I feel like its a low chance of them coming up again. Any help guys? Thank you! Chelsea
    I'm resitting PSYA2 (+ doing PSYA3 AND PSYA4 at A2), what I'm doing is creating model answers for all possible questions that the examiners could give and then I will learn the essays (not exactly word for word) - this can be done by looking at the AQA specification and writing the essays using your notes. I type them up on the computer (+ print them out). I then go through them and re-write them by hand (when practising). Although, I haven't finished yet, I am pretty close. Scary to think how much information we need to know and remember considering exams are like around the corner!

    PS. good luck!
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    (Original post by RedRosesBloom)
    I'm resitting PSYA2 (+ doing PSYA3 AND PSYA4 at A2), what I'm doing is creating model answers for all possible questions that the examiners could give and then I will learn the essays (not exactly word for word) - this can be done by looking at the AQA specification and writing the essays using your notes. I type them up on the computer (+ print them out). I then go through them and re-write them by hand (when practising). Although, I haven't finished yet, I am pretty close. Scary to think how much information we need to know and remember considering exams are like around the corner!

    PS. good luck!
    How did you do in your resits? I got As at AS but B overall after A2 got B in PSYA3 and D in PSYA4!! Resitting next year need an A for Psychology at uni so I am reapplying
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    Loopa psychology model essays will definitely help, especially if you're resitting the old spec as it's the last chance to sit this old syllabus next year.
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    Does anyone remember what the 2016 questions for psya3: gender, relationships and sleep and bio rhythms were? Or know of a way to find out?
 
 
 
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