A-level AQA Psychology Paper 1,2 and 3 Revision and Study Chat Watch
Welcome A-level AQA Psychology Paper 1,2 and 3 Revision and Study Chat!
The exam timetable is:
Monday 18th May 2020: Paper 1 (7182/1)
Friday 5th June 2020: Paper 2 (7182/2)
Friday 12th June 2020: Paper 3 (7182/3)
How are you feeling about these exams? Do you feel prepared? What have you started doing to prepare for your exams? Comment down below!
1. Create revision resources, whatever they may be it needs to be what works for you. If writing out notes over and over doesn't work for you, please don't waste your time!
2. Use the revision guide to make your notes, the copy from the exam board is your best bet - rather than using copies from other sources.
3. Create a revision timetable if this works for you.
4. Re-read your notes, repetition is the best method of drilling notes into your brain.
5. As it gets closer to the exams complete past papers. The more the better in the end!
This thread is for anyone that is studying A-level Psychology (AQA) Chat below and find other students in the same situation as you! Help each other revise, study and find resources. Good luck everyone
Specification: AQA A-level Psychology Specification
Recommended TSR resources:
A-level Psychology exams and revision: AQA explains what you need to do
And these free exampro questions: https://alevelsresources424893.wordp...and-year-2-a2/
Pretty decent considering my circumstances (dad was admitted into hospital the week before the exam and only got out a day or two before and was seeing him twice every day after sixthform and in the evenings so I only had a week and a bit to compeletely revise)
Yes I have done my mock for psychology and it was the 2019 paper 1. A lot of us thought it was harder than ones we had done previously. We will just have to wait on the results
I feel like I get psychology because it's interesting but then tend to slack off. Then when the exam comes round I have to remember 100 evaluation points and 50 researcher names. & I always lose marks by not linking back ugh
There's so many studies that are classed as AO1 as it is, and then going into AO3 with outcome studies / research support studies, along with all the statistics and percentages for attachment, memory and SI... it's blowing my mind away haha.