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History psychology spanish x
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u going to uni or nahhhhh?
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Is psychology difficult?
Compared to my other subjects (and I imagine compared to natural sciences/maths) it isn't as difficult

You need to be able to memorise a lot of content, but it isn't too hard to apply the content in the exam - its more about just repeating it
if that makes sense

Also - the content itself isn't especially difficult so its relatively easy to memorise
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Compared to my other subjects (and I imagine compared to natural sciences/maths) it isn't as difficult

You need to be able to memorise a lot of content, but it isn't too hard to apply the content in the exam - its more about just repeating it
if that makes sense

Also - the content itself isn't especially difficult so its relatively easy to memorise
Thank you.

I’m unsure of what to take at A Level

I’m thinking:

Maths
English Lit

Law
politics or Psychology
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how did you prepare yourself to get those grades?
because i could really do with advice! I do maths, chem, biology. My predicted grades are a*aa
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Thank you.

I’m unsure of what to take at A Level

I’m thinking:

Maths
English Lit

Law
politics or Psychology
Why are you thinking of doing law A level? Its less probably respected/useful than your other choices
Maths and English lit is a perfect combination with psychology!
You could look online at the content for politics and psychology A level courses that your college does. Or look through the revision guides in a shop, then you can see if the content interests you
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how did you prepare yourself to get those grades?
because i could really do with advice! I do maths, chem, biology. My predicted grades are a*aa
Well done on having those predicted grades
I prepared by practice essays, so cant give advice that is relevant to your subjects

My advice would be stay as calm and organised as possible even when your a levels are stressful & find a way of revising that works for you - if you take breaks and do stuff other than revision and you will be more productive in the long run
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Well done on having those predicted grades
I prepared by practice essays, so cant give advice that is relevant to your subjects

My advice would be stay as calm and organised as possible even when your a levels are stressful & find a way of revising that works for you - if you take breaks and do stuff other than revision and you will be more productive in the long run
Ok, thanks!!
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Ok, thanks!!
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I’m studying psychology and history, did you use any particular resources to help you revise e.g websites etc..
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hi, how did u revise for psychology ?? how many hours did u revise day ? do u revise like all the time ? i just started year 12 and my goal is to study economics at oxford/cambridge i took maths,psychology,economics,furth ermaths
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Do target grades matter coz I wanna apply to Manchester uni but my target grade will be bad coz for the tests for it I failed and didn’t revise. So when do ya get proper target grades? Is it like a mock at end of year that decides it
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Depends on your college or school it will probably be end of year exams
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How did you revise psychology for top grade
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