PLEASE HELP: Resitting Psychology...Watch
I want to get an A* in psychology, and I 100000% know I didn't. It wasn't a great year for me academically for a lot of reasons, but ultimately I take full responsibility.
I have about 3 months until resits, which I will 100% be taking for ALL my subjects, not just psychology. I NEED, at the very least, A*AA.
However, this post is specifically about psychology.
I do have some revision notes obviously, but I still have a lot more to make. But with resits approaching, my time is limited (I need to be revising my other subjects too).
My dilemma is that I don't know how to spend the next few weeks revising.
Do I give up trying to make my own notes and use other people's on Quizlet and focus on exam practice?? My fear with that is that I won't have enough detail in my answers using other people's resources.
Do I keep on trying to make my own notes and try to squeeze some exam practice towards the end? I've usually found that I don't need much exam practice to do well, but my fear with this is that I'll run out of time as note-making is so incredibly time-consuming.
You guys may have other ideas, so please help me! What do you think I should dedicate my finite time to doing to ensure I get my dream grades?
Thank you so, so much in advance!