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What are the topics in a level psychology that you struggle with the most?
The one I Find the hardest is attachment
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I love attachment! It's so cute

I hate memory :ahhhhh:
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i’m in year 11 and was wondering is a-level psyhcology a big difference to gcse? i can’t decide whether to take it at a-level or not!!
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I love attachment! It's so cute

I hate memory :ahhhhh:
When we were doing attachment in class it was quite cute but I just find it so difficult when it comes to remember everything it doesn’t seem to stick.
Memory is quite difficult too, the working memory model is difficult to at times
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i’m in year 11 and was wondering is a-level psyhcology a big difference to gcse? i can’t decide whether to take it at a-level or not!!
I didn’t do it at gcse so I’m not sure about how different it is but I’m just finishing year 12 and it’s not an easy subject, there’s a lot to remember but the content is interesting so it’s enjoyable. What do you want to do at university?
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i’m in year 11 and was wondering is a-level psyhcology a big difference to gcse? i can’t decide whether to take it at a-level or not!!
Its not a BIGGGG jump
Heres definitely a lot more content, but its soo much more interesting
But it's basicallythe same other than that
And I'm loving it so far
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When we were doing attachment in class it was quite cute but I just find it so difficult when it comes to remember everything it doesn’t seem to stick.
Memory is quite difficult too, the working memory model is difficult to at times
Are you doing AQA?
I am hehe
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Are you doing AQA?
I am hehe
Yeah I’m on AQA too
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Yeah I’m on AQA too
How many topics have you done so far?
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I didn’t do it at gcse so I’m not sure about how different it is but I’m just finishing year 12 and it’s not an easy subject, there’s a lot to remember but the content is interesting so it’s enjoyable. What do you want to do at university?
I want to do something design related and i would be picking psychology as my third subject just to fill in the gap as i’m unsure what to do (i’m doing product design,btec business & psychology) however i don’t think it’s a good idea to choose psychology just to fill in the gap if that makes sense
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How many topics have you done so far?
I’ve done all year 12 topics as well as year 13 biopsychology and year 13 research methods
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I want to do something design related and i would be picking psychology as my third subject just to fill in the gap as i’m unsure what to do (i’m doing product design,btec business & psychology) however i don’t think it’s a good idea to choose psychology just to fill in the gap if that makes sense
It’s not an easy subject so make sure you’re dedicated to it and make sure you’re going to like it, look at some of the content too because you might now like it
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What are the topics in a level psychology that you struggle with the most?
The one I Find the hardest is attachment
Psychopathology and approaches
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Psychopathology and approaches
They’re not easy either honestly, OCD is what I struggle with the most in psychopathology
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