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I am going to study Psychology at the University of Birmingham in September 2020. At A level I studied AQA Psychology, OCR English Literature and OCR Religious Studies, in which I am predicted to achieve A*AA and so, I am sharing my revision notes and essays to help others achieve top marks. Please drop me an email if you have any further questions: jemimahking3@gmail.com :) As well as providing revision resources, I am available for online A level Psychology tutoring - email me for more info!

I am going to study Psychology at the University of Birmingham in September 2020. At A level I studied AQA Psychology, OCR English Literature and OCR Religious Studies, in which I am predicted to achieve A*AA and so, I am sharing my revision notes and essays to help others achieve top marks. Please drop me an email if you have any further questions: jemimahking3@gmail.com :) As well as providing revision resources, I am available for online A level Psychology tutoring - email me for more info!
A level AQA Psychology: RESEARCH METHODS YEAR 2 REVISION NOTES
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A level AQA Psychology: RESEARCH METHODS YEAR 2 REVISION NOTES

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Here are my condensed notes for the second half of the research methods topic taught in year 2 of the A level course. These notes have been written using multiple sources (AQA textbooks and online websites) and following the AQA specification. This means that this document includes everything you need to know for the second half of the research methods topic which appears on paper 2 of the AQA psychology exams. This document includes detailed notes on the following: Content and thematic analysis Case studies Reliability Validity Features of science Reporting psychological investigations Levels of measurement Inferential statistics Criteria for statistical testing (parametric and non-parametric) This document will help to make your revision much simpler as you can learn the information here off by heart and practice consolidating it by applying your knowledge in practice exam questions, as I found this to be the most effective study technique and obtained no less than an A in every psychology end-of-topic exam and am predicted an A* :)