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    I am currently and Alevel student in my first year ( year 12, naturally).
    I am currently studying, Psychology, Sociology, Business, Philosophy & Ethics.
    And id like to kindly request ALL the useful resources you may be able to dig up on behalf of yours truly. Now i know why not just do it yourself? but as good ol' nelson said "what can one person do?" If you could take just 5 minutes out of your day and try find me some notes and link them here not only would it be extremely useful to me but also aid everyone else who studies these subjects that happen to stumble across this thread.

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    A student who really isn't looking forward to the 16th of May (im sure most of us can relate to that)
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    (Original post by TheOneWhoKnockss)
    I am currently and Alevel student in my first year ( year 12, naturally).
    I am currently studying, Psychology, Sociology, Business, Philosophy & Ethics.
    And id like to kindly request ALL the useful resources you may be able to dig up on behalf of yours truly. Now i know why not just do it yourself? but as good ol' nelson said "what can one person do?" If you could take just 5 minutes out of your day and try find me some notes and link them here not only would it be extremely useful to me but also aid everyone else who studies these subjects that happen to stumble across this thread.

    Many thanks,
    A student who really isn't looking forward to the 16th of May (im sure most of us can relate to that)
    You can find a lot of A Level resources here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/re...el_id%5B%5D=a2

    In terms of taking other people's notes, this is going to be no more helpful to you than just reading a textbook. While you may not want to do the work yourself, it will be much more effective to make a few flash cards than get pages and pages of other people's work try some of these revision methods instead: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3904381
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    You can find a lot of A Level resources here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/re...el_id%5B%5D=a2

    In terms of taking other people's notes, this is going to be no more helpful to you than just reading a textbook. While you may not want to do the work yourself, it will be much more effective to make a few flash cards than get pages and pages of other people's work try some of these revision methods instead: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3904381
    Many Thanks!
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    And how is this cheating
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    for psychology use this website called loopa by Saj Devishi

    Its really good.
 
 
 
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