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    Hello
    So I've just finished my a-levels (AQA biology, AQA psychology A and OCR English literature) with predicted results of 3 A's.
    I decided to make a blog/website with all the notes and revision tools I've made. Thought I'd post it here incase anyone wants a any help with these subjects ☺️
    http://alevelstudy.weebly.com

    hope they help.
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    Doing Biology and Psychology in September, will need all the notes I can get!! Thank you
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    (Original post by LDS16)
    Doing Biology and Psychology in September, will need all the notes I can get!! Thank you
    Awh great! Hope they're of help if you have any more questions or anything just ask. And p.s I loved psychology so hopefully you will too ☺️
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    Thank you 😃 would you recommend any particular publisher for textbooks?? I think the Oxford published ones seem best, not sure whether it's better to get just year one or the full a level book?
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    (Original post by LDS16)
    Thank you 😃 would you recommend any particular publisher for textbooks?? I think the Oxford published ones seem best, not sure whether it's better to get just year one or the full a level book?
    I used the Oxford ones and they're good for psychology the "exam companion" range are also good for notes. It's up to you really, I got year one first then the next one after year one but I don't think it'll really matter
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    (Original post by charlie2466)
    I used the Oxford ones and they're good for psychology the "exam companion" range are also good for notes. It's up to you really, I got year one first then the next one after year one but I don't think it'll really matter
    Ok thank you! Is that the CPG range? I've heard they're very good. Alright, I may get the full A level as it will save some money and time trying to find books for year two
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    Yea. And yea might as well
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    Thanks for your help now it's just clothes and train fares to sort out 😭
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    still here to help if needed
 
 
 
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