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Hope this helps and I'm happy to answer any specific questions you have
psychology objectively isn't that difficult, the content isn't that difficult to understand but there is a lot to commit to memory so make sure you're revising little and often. also do lots of practice questions (the 16 markers especially) and hand these to your teacher to mark, i found my answers improved a lot the more practice i did and the more feedback i got. i really enjoyed psychology and found most of the content interesting, it was probably my most enjoyable a-level.
english lit was a lot of work and effort so be prepared for the workload. if you can read some of your texts in the summer before you study them then you'll probably be at a big advantage, i wish i did. do lots of practice essays in timed conditions. i found my improvement in english lit to be slow but obviously this'll depend on the student. make sure you know the mark scheme well and definitely look at high-grade exemplar essays to see what they did right. there's not a massive difference between gsce and a level english bit but a more sophisticated writing style is expected and you need to know your texts really well.
taking these next year - have already done a LOT of research but was wondering what other people thought about taking them including relation to gcse english and more! Thanks!
P.S. At least you won't be covering the works of Foucault that much as his theories aren't as straightforward to wrap your head around.