If you're revising for AQA A Level psychology, there is one thing you really need to know if you want to do well in this subject;
You cannot score an A* grade for AQA psychology A level unless you memorise essay answers.
Why is this?
The reason for this is a significant part of AQA A Level psychology questions are essay based and even the smaller questions tend to be ones that are stripped down versions of bigger essays in some way.
There is simply far too much to remember and a significant part of the exams requires you to be able to recall a deeper level of understanding to score in the top bands.
This means basically you need to create and memorise A* model essay answers for psychology. This has been the main way students have been doing revision for this subject for years and its worked exceptionally well.
In this post we are going to look at each topic for A-level psychology and paper 1 and identify all the essay questions that can come up and also provide you with example answers that will score you a Grade A.
The possible essay questions for AQA A level Psychology Social Influence includes at least 10 possible exam questions. These are all covered in our downloadable pack below with model essay answers:
The possible essay questions for AQA A level Psychology Memory include at least 6 possible model answers you need to memorise. These are all covered with A* grade example answers below:
The possible essay questions for AQA A level Psychology Attachment include at least 10 possible example answers to memorise. These are all included in our Attachment booklet below with A* grade model example answers:
The possible psychology example answers you need to for psychopathology include at least 10 possible model essays. You can download our example answers which will score you in the top banding below:
If you are wondering how much marks you need to score to get into the top band, we've covered this in our 2024 A level psychology grade boundaries.
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