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    I'm currently in my AS year of ALevels and I'm studying, psychology, law and media studies and general studies (this is compulsory). I'm doing an AS in law and media studies this year and I was just wondering, if any one has studied these subjects, how do you get good grades such as AAB/ABB? I really want to get good grades but I'm not that clever. In my GCSES, I got A*AAAABBBBC
    - i guess these are average. A levels are way harder so I'm not sure how I can get good grades as I'm an average student. Any tips??
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    For law, revise the cases off by heart. Put them on queue cards and practise applying them to questions. Law is just about memorising and applying.
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    For law, revise the cases off by heart. Put them on queue cards and practise applying them to questions. Law is just about memorising and applying.
    Same with psychology but learn A03 points in the right structure (PEELs)
 
 
 
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