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HEY GUYS, WHATS UP? i just wanted to ask as im starting school next week and ive picked sociology, health and social care and psychology. I have researched sociology and revised to help me know what im going to be learning. Could someone help me and tell me what i should study for starters for any of these subjects.
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I wouldn't worry too much. I know that doesn't sound very useful, but the school will break you in well. If they've given out any recommended reading or handouts, then going through a portion of that will help but try not to stress. The jump into A-Level is very rarely as bad as it's made out to be.
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I wouldn't worry too much. I know that doesn't sound very useful, but the school will break you in well. If they've given out any recommended reading or handouts, then going through a portion of that will help but try not to stress. The jump into A-Level is very rarely as bad as it's made out to be.
Thank you but i thought itd be good if i know the starters so it would be easy to understand during lessons. But thank you very much
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Thank you but i thought itd be good if i know the starters so it would be easy to understand during lessons. But thank you very much
Oh, of course, I see your point. If your subjects are the same/related to your GCSE subjects (eg geography or a language, or even doing Economics following a Business GCSE) then recapping the basics will likely be just as useful as anything else. But as Sociology and possibly others are new to you, I understand that might not be much help. One thing that will always help is reading around the subject, finding articles online etc, but I wouldn't be able to give advice for specific topics as many school will approach even the same course in a different order to others. Good luck with it either way!
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