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    Hi,

    What is the most effective way to revise A2 psychology such as “issues and debates” and “relationships”?

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    There isn't really an "effective" way in my opinion as its more of a "if you know this bit you can score high marks" and so you'll need to know pretty much everything.
    If you haven't already, there is a really good website called "simply psychology" which has all the information you need to know as concise as possible. Write them down somewhere, flash card, poster, etc and then just memorise I guess. Hope this helps.
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    Watch ibz mo on YouTube he has a very good video on psychology a level as a whole and he goes to Cambridge university.
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    Practice all of the 16 mark questions on the topics you have to study in the textbook and read the examiner reports on past papers. The examiner reports help a lot on structuring your answers and what they look for.
 
 
 
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