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Hi, if you achieved an A or A* in sociology how did you revise, like what revision methods did you use? I’m aware of a lot of people using mindmaps but tbh I don’t know how to make them effective? Any help on how to create the perfect mindmap, or revision tips will be much appreciated!😊
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Hi, if you achieved an A or A* in sociology how did you revise, like what revision methods did you use? I’m aware of a lot of people using mindmaps but tbh I don’t know how to make them effective? Any help on how to create the perfect mindmap, or revision tips will be much appreciated!😊
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I’m doing a2 this year, and managed to get an A in AS, I guess it depends on what works for you, but I did a lot of past papers and handed some of the essay questions into my teacher to mark, I particularly struggled with evaluation so I created my own questions based on evaluating or found some specific questions online relating to evaluation.

We were also given a lot of work books to complete but I believe they got some of they materials from a website called tutor for you, so you could maybe find them on there.

Also, begin revising early as there is a lot of content.

Good luck, which topics are you doing?
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Hey,
I’m doing a2 this year, and managed to get an A in AS, I guess it depends on what works for you, but I did a lot of past papers and handed some of the essay questions into my teacher to mark, I particularly struggled with evaluation so I created my own questions based on evaluating or found some specific questions online relating to evaluation.

We were also given a lot of work books to complete but I believe they got some of they materials from a website called tutor for you, so you could maybe find them on there.

Also, begin revising early as there is a lot of content.

Good luck, which topics are you doing?
Thanks for replying& I will definitely check that website out thank you!!😊 This year im studying education, reasearch methods and family and households. Education= external and internal factors etc, Family&households= couples, childhood etc, Research methods= Questionnaires, experiments etc
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Thanks for replying& I will definitely check that website out thank you!!😊 This year im studying education, reasearch methods and family and households. Education= external and internal factors etc, Family&households= couples, childhood etc, Research methods= Questionnaires, experiments etc
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These are the exact same topics our college did
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