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Hey,
Kinda struggling with Psych, not really sure how to revise each topic.

Any advice?
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do past paper questions
for your key case studies for each topic make a fact file involving the aim, experimental method, conclusion, evaluation, ethics involved
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You could also make what I like to call a “terminology bank” - which is basically a sheet of paper (or you could even do this on a word document like I did for one of my A-Levels), and write down bits of terminology from every aspect of psychology and write its definition next to it briefly - but try to keep the terms’ definitions brief and conscience because that’s key when it comes to revising and trying to get things into your long term memory. - I mean, you could be struggling because you just might not know what some words mean.
I do A-Level Psych. too and I constantly get independent and dependent variables mixed up but I’m alright when it comes to what extraneous variables are.

And yeah just do what @stereotypeasian said for each individual case study - but if you’re revising for research methods then I think making terminology bank would be a good idea - and you being able to identify the advantages and disadvantages of certain types of experiments.
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