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Does anyone know of any predictions for the PSY2 exam on Monday 23rd May 2016?

I have looked all morning but cannot find any more information, I looked for PSY1 and the predictions were fairly good. I just like seeing them a few days before the exam to prioritise my last few revision sessions.
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Does anyone know of any predictions for the PSY2 exam on Monday 23rd May 2016?

I have looked all morning but cannot find any more information, I looked for PSY1 and the predictions were fairly good. I just like seeing them a few days before the exam to prioritise my last few revision sessions.
Hi! I moved this to the Psychology forum for you - you're more likely to get a good answer here You might also want to have a look around this forum to see if other people are talking about this exam
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Does anyone know of any predictions for the PSY2 exam on Monday 23rd May 2016?

I have looked all morning but cannot find any more information, I looked for PSY1 and the predictions were fairly good. I just like seeing them a few days before the exam to prioritise my last few revision sessions.
Have a look at loopa psychology.

He has predicted-
Stress related illness and the immune system.
Methods of stress management
Conformity and explanations of why people obey (NSI/ISI)
Obedience to authority including Milgram and why people obey
The biological approach
Psychological therapies

Still revise the others though.
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Have a look at loopa psychology.

He has predicted-
Stress related illness and the immune system.
Methods of stress management
Conformity and explanations of why people obey (NSI/ISI)
Obedience to authority including Milgram and why people obey
The biological approach
Psychological therapies

Still revise the others though.
Those predictions are only for retake students
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Those predictions are only for retake students
Oh okay thought she was asking about PSYA2 the old spec.
Sorry
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Does anyone know of any predictions for the PSY2 exam on Monday 23rd May 2016?

I have looked all morning but cannot find any more information, I looked for PSY1 and the predictions were fairly good. I just like seeing them a few days before the exam to prioritise my last few revision sessions.

I'm retaking the PSYA2 exam on Monday too. and I'm really struggling to revise!
Everything just seems so jumbled. Not sure how to tackle it really. any revision advice?
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looking for this 2
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Have a look at loopa psychology.

He has predicted-
Stress related illness and the immune system.
Methods of stress management
Conformity and explanations of why people obey (NSI/ISI)
Obedience to authority including Milgram and why people obey
The biological approach
Psychological therapies

Still revise the others though.
Is this for the resit year 13 exam or the new spec year 12 exam because I think you're looking at the resit one as I have already seen that on loopa
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I'm retaking the PSYA2 exam on Monday too. and I'm really struggling to revise!
Everything just seems so jumbled. Not sure how to tackle it really. any revision advice?
try the old write it out and cover it technique - which I used in primary school for spellings but boy does it work.

For example, this morning I am focusing on stress treatments so what I done was I wrote out the biological treatment drugs, (BZ's and beta blockers) covered what I had wrote with paper and wrote underneath what I remembered. Anything missing you just repeat the above again!

I can now happily say I can remember drugs, biofeedback, SIT and hardiness training.

Good luck!
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