Help with revision and studying in A-level Psychology. Watch

Dusk Hazard
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The title says it all, basically there is just too much content for me to learn/memorize in A-level psychology, could anyone share some tips or revision guides in order to do so? It's just so unpredictable on what's going to come for the exam. Thanks.
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Do a couple of essay plans for each topic and flashcards are a blessing.
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Flash cards for the studies are good, use one side to right out the Aim, method results and conclusion and the other for strengths and limitations. Remember you only have to pick one study from each topic e.g Asch on conformity, Milgrim for obedience.

Use mind maps or diagrams for the approaches in psychology e.g the cognitive approach.

A key word book may help as well.

Hoped this helped
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I see, thank you for the answers but do any of you know any good websites to revise psychology? Because in my school we do abnormality and health and there's almost no information available for health psychology compared to abnormal.
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I do abnormal and health sections ,there is plenty to revise in abnormal so I have my notes recorded on an mp3 and I carry it wherever I go, so that I can listen to them while travelling and going out ,thats the most effective methord I know hope it helps .
check these sites
https://sites.google.com/site/ciepsychology/
http://psychtutor.weebly.com/a2.html
https://blogpsychology.wordpress.com/
http://ibpsychologynotes.blogspot.co...sychology.html
http://www.g2conline.org/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZcw...34W024sMr2Mhn0
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Is it OCR? If so, its really useful to practice the questions at the end of topic for all applied psychology as one set of them is bound to come up xx
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Whats the best way to plan essays ?
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