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I really need to do well in my upcoming assessment as i did not do as well as i had hoped in my first one. Its on research methods which i have not looked at in a very long time. Does anyone have any good resources or tips or advice?
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I really need to do well in my upcoming assessment as i did not do as well as i had hoped in my first one. Its on research methods which i have not looked at in a very long time. Does anyone have any good resources or tips or advice?
Hey I find this website helpful
https://www.tutor2u.net/psychology/c...search-methods
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Physics and maths tutor has a section on research methods which might be useful - https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...search-methods. They have videos about certain parts of the topic and have organised exam questions according to each section.

This is a compilation of the past paper questions for all the sections in psychology, along with the mark schemes - https://alevelsresources424893.wordp...and-year-2-a2/

For advice - make sure you know the differences between all the terms. For example, it can be easy to confuse experimental design (independent groups, repeated measures, matched pairs) with the type of study (lab, natural, quasi, field). Also, make sure you know about all the statistical tests and when they need to be used (level of data, the design of the study, and whether it's a test of difference or correlation).
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