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I know that a lot of the 6th forms do AQA Psychology, but my 6th form does OCR, and it seems that not very many people do OCR in psychology.

Does anyone do OCR Psychology and give a few opinions on it: topics, workload, are the topics interesting, etc.
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I do Ocr Psychology, it’s hard as theres so much to remember - but i think all specs are like that. In component 3 i do criminology and sport, they’re both interesting. Workload depends on your sixth form or tutor as some may give a lot of homework and others not so much, in my opinion it’s just important to write your own notes in your own time, which makes the content easier for you to remember! It’s also useful to complete past papers and exam questions.
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I do OCR psychology, I agree not many people do it! Theres soooo much to know its a joke
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(Original post by ThePositivePanda)
I know that a lot of the 6th forms do AQA Psychology, but my 6th form does OCR, and it seems that not very many people do OCR in psychology.

Does anyone do OCR Psychology and give a few opinions on it: topics, workload, are the im topics interesting, etc.
I'm in year 13 and want to study psychology at uni so I'm trying to do really well in the mocks next week but I agree-there is a LOT to learn and very little help online, regarding past papers etc. All of the ones bar one that I have found on OCR website are the old spec so have different studies. My teachers give very little support as well
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Completely agree! I’ve noticed the grade boundaries for most papers is like 60% for an A so a lot of People must be struggling !
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I got an A in my research methods paper, the key is to write a lot for the 15 marker and 6 markers. (Obviously make sure it’s relevan’t). Also nail the mutiple choice - i got like 18/10.
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