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Hi! so, i started the ocr sociology a-level course in September and have quickly come to realise that there are hardly any resources available online as well as a limited amount of text books/revision guides. For AQA though, there's like a goldmine of stuff :') though some of it is still relevant ad useful to the ocr course, i would love to use some ocr specific stuff too. If you're doing the course or have done the course (especially the linear one where you took the exam this year), please could you share some good websites, books or resources? Also, if anyone's done well in the a-level for it or even if you haven't, please could you give a little advice on how best to study for it (and aside from hard work and revision, what did you do or use to get a good grade?) thanks!! I've looked around on tsr too, but couldn't really find anything on previous threads
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(Original post by kawaii sashimi)
Hi! so, i started the ocr sociology a-level course in September and have quickly come to realise that there are hardly any resources available online as well as a limited amount of text books/revision guides. For AQA though, there's like a goldmine of stuff :' though some of it is still relevant ad useful to the ocr course, i would love to use some ocr specific stuff too. If you're doing the course or have done the course (especially the linear one where you took the exam this year), please could you share some good websites, books or resources? Also, if anyone's done well in the a-level for it or even if you haven't, please could you give a little advice on how best to study for it (and aside from hard work and revision, what did you do or use to get a good grade?) thanks!! I've looked around on tsr too, but couldn't really find anything on previous threads
Plenty of books there
https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb...evel+sociology


Also look at exam papers and mark schemes from the ocr website and videos on YouTube. the subject areas should be similar if you stick to the spec.
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