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Hi all!

Was wondering what the best websites are to find revision resources for a level psychology. Any suggestions would be great
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Hi all!

Was wondering what the best websites are to find revision resources for a level psychology. Any suggestions would be great
Simply psychology was good just to check I was on the right track in terms of notes.

physics and maths tutor (or maths and physics tutor - I can never remember lol) was good for summary notes and great for past paper questions.

Seneca for like the week before as a knowledge check - it's not good enough to base your notes off of but good to add a few things you may have forgotten and to remind yourself of a few things. just like testing yourself I guess.

but go on the exam board website, find psychology, select A Level etc and go through all the past papers when you've revised the topics. You will see some patterns in questions that come up a lot e.g. attachment types and deciding which kid has which type. And also look at the 16 markers. For something like approaches, if there's been a big question on the learning approach, there probably won't be another big question on it again. It might still come up but just not to the same extent.
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Quizlet is good as well
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Simply psychology was good just to check I was on the right track in terms of notes.

physics and maths tutor (or maths and physics tutor - I can never remember lol) was good for summary notes and great for past paper questions.

Seneca for like the week before as a knowledge check - it's not good enough to base your notes off of but good to add a few things you may have forgotten and to remind yourself of a few things. just like testing yourself I guess.

but go on the exam board website, find psychology, select A Level etc and go through all the past papers when you've revised the topics. You will see some patterns in questions that come up a lot e.g. attachment types and deciding which kid has which type. And also look at the 16 markers. For something like approaches, if there's been a big question on the learning approach, there probably won't be another big question on it again. It might still come up but just not to the same extent.
The thing with simply psychology is that it doesn't always have the info we need for the optional topics for paper three? does physics and maths tutor have all the topics covered as well?
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Quizlet is good as well
Do you have any sets that are good?
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Hi all!

Was wondering what the best websites are to find revision resources for a level psychology. Any suggestions would be great
psychology.org
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The thing with simply psychology is that it doesn't always have the info we need for the optional topics for paper three? does physics and maths tutor have all the topics covered as well?
I'm pretty sure. And it has questions and cue cards. I did my A Levels last year and we didn't end up covering all of the content because we didn't need to though, but for the ones we did it was helpful.
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Quizlet is good as well
just buy premium seneca you peasant
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No thanks im still under 18 and Mum needs to pay rent
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I'm pretty sure. And it has questions and cue cards. I did my A Levels last year and we didn't end up covering all of the content because we didn't need to though, but for the ones we did it was helpful.
That's fine thank you
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