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    any tips for 12 markers?
    topics most likely to come up?
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    You can't really predict what's going to come up because it's the new spec. The best thing is to do at least 9, 12 markers for each unit and revise all the content.
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    I'll give you a clue.
    The topics that have appeared in the specimen papers online won't come up in the real exam

    As for tips on how to write them, start reading the mark schemes. They will give you a breakdown of AO1, AO2 and AO3 and how many points should be allocated to which.
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    (Original post by Lillz563)
    any tips for 12 markers?
    topics most likely to come up?
    Attachments is a new unit so i was told to practice as many 12 markers for that as possible and particularly focus on influence of attachments on adult relationships.
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    Hi guys, ive started a whatsapp group for AQA psychology new specification year 1 where we share our notes and help each other out so if you would like to join for revision, then just pm me your number. Thanks x
 
 
 
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