Psychology revision help?!?!?!Watch
For example, use word association to help you remember researcher names. I remember one very well, his name is Marmot (et al.) and he did some study on stress (might be workplace stress, can't remember, it's been so long) and I used to think of Marmite to help me remember his name. So when I saw workplace stress, I thought of Marmite (which is stressful to eat) and thought of Marmot et al. You can be very creative in this way, the type of associations you can make are limitless.
Bekerian and Bowers (1983) for eyewitness testimony, you can think of "Baked beans and powers" or idk anything you can think of to help you remember!
For the actual study, I suggest breaking it down into 3 parts: what it's about, what they did and what they found out. You can use highlighters and colour codes to identify the 3 parts. Know them inside out so you can maximise how much you talk about them. Flash cards are useful too!
I think for A03 you need to draw solid conclusions between at least 1 or two specific studies/findings and the question, so try to be as detailed as you can in your description. Use proper terminologies as well, learn them (perhaps mnemonics may be useful here).
It has been almost 5 years since I did this, I achieved a B overall.
I hope this helps, sorry I couldn't help with the actual marking procedures but I hope what I've given you will assist you