How to Revise Effectively for Aqa A Level Psychology?

Hello, How do you revise affectively for psychology aqa a level? Thank you in advance for your responses.

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How to Revise Effectively for Aqa A Level Psychology?

Hello, How do you revise affectively for psychology aqa a level? Thank you in advance for your responses.

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vor 1 Jahren

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Hania <3

vor 1 Jahren

flashcards personally are good but the best thing ive found is teaching someone else your knowledge. when youre teaching someone youre explaining in detail in a way you and them will understand but you are also making links in your head of topics and names and key words

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Katie Lemmon

vor 1 Jahren

keep practicing exam questions and check your answers against the mark scheme, you’ll soon pick up the exam technique! hope this helps :) also blurting content really helps!!

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Emma

vor 1 Jahren

I am doing Psychology with Aqa, as a year 13 student I have found making an essay plan for every lesson incredibly helpful. It's a condensed way of representing your notes in a question you could be asked. Then when you want to revise, you can randomly select an essay and use the plan to write on. This allows you to practice essay writing skills as well as revise the most important aspects of the topic. Also LEARN YOUR EVALUATION POINT EARLY. They start to stack up and become overwhelming if you leave them till the end

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Bella

vor 1 Jahren

Hey, I’m a y13 who takes AQA. Active recall is the most effective way for me. I condense all my notes into flashcards and then have someone test me. I put a question on the front using similar wording to the language used in exam questions (e.g: Outline the limitations of deviation to social norms as a definition of abnormality) and on the reverse side will be a bullet point answer (e.g: Culturally relative- variability between social norms in different cultures, such as hearing voices). I plan to put my flashcards on my page !! I also do a lot of exam/past paper practice and planning. There’s only so many questions they can ask so it’s good to have nailed a previous question. I recommend completing a past question without notes first, and then referring to notes and/or mark scheme in a different colour to add points that you might have missed. A third thing I recommend is blurting, this is where you write down everything you know about one topic on one page and then identify what you’ve missed. Can be done on a wipeboard as a little recap or on paper. If doing it on paper and keeping record, I recommend added missed points in a different colour so when glancing back over for revision, the parts you at least confident on will stand out. Whichever method you choose the most important thing is to learn A03 points as this is worth 10/16 marks in a 16 marker question. Sorry for the long-winded response. I hope this helps :)

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STUDYQUEEN👑🩷🇵🇸

vor 1 Jahren

hiya, im taking a level psychology as well with the exam board eduqas. Im not sure if there any big differences between the two but hope I can help you. I recommend studying a topic and then finding exam questions on it too. I also recommend making flashcards and also mind maps which really help me. For research methods flashcards are the easiest. you can use this app and also Quizlet which is really helpful in my opinion. Pls tell me if I was helpful or not. hope this helped. 👋

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Caitlin

vor 1 Jahren

blurting helps!! it actively recalls and you can see what you know and what you need to revise. learn your AO3 early so that it doesnt stack up in year 13. mind maps help for topics like approaches

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