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The Complete Companions: A Level Year 2 Psychology: The Revision and Exam Companion for AQA

Revision with exam skills support and practice in one book

Mike Cardwell, Clare Compton, Rob McIlveen, Rachel Moody, and Joseph Sparks

Suitable for:  Students (normally aged 16-18) following the AQA A Level Psychology specification

Price:  £17.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-837641-5
Publication date: 17/11/2016
Paperback: 304 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

Provides all the essential information students need to know in a visually engaging way along with plenty of activities to develop skills for interpreting and answering exam questions. Encourages students to revise, practise, and then apply what they have learnt to fully prepare them for their exams.


Features

  • The essential revision information AND plenty of exam skills and practice in one book
  • Differentiated information and activities based on what students must, should and could know
  • Focussed exam skills activities to embed learning as well as essential details about the examinations and tips for success
  • A Level only content clearly shown so that book is suitable for both AS and Year 1 A Level students.
  • Perfect companion to the Complete Companions Student Book
  • Also available in the Complete Companions series for AS/Year 1 and Year 2/A Level: Student Book, Teacher Companion, Kerboodle, Mini Companion.

This page was last updated on 17 February 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • The left-hand page consists of key terms, possible essay questions, exam links, must know, should know and extra evaluation. The AO3 comments are broken down into point, example/evaluation and link, which is a good structure to follow. This is ideal if you encourage your students to use this structure already. From a teacher perspective, the book has a huge amount and variety of exam-style questions and all the answers are provided in the back which really helps as you don't need to complete the tasks yourself! - Karen Brown, Holy Cross College, writing in ATP Today magazine
  • Overall, for revision purposes, this is an ideal book as it focuses on preparing students for the exam, it shows them how to organise their knowledge, map that knowledge against the specs and structure this to achieve the AO skills they need to demonstrate to the examiner. The book also gives them examples of how to do this and chances to exercise these skills and gain insight as to how they will be marked. - Bernadette Howells
  • Very good book. Content is well explained and the practice questions/sample essays are very helpful. - 5-star Amazon review
  • Great book. Have been teaching for 14 years and not recommended a book as much to my students. Excellent summary of key points with lots of activities for them to do to check understanding. Also lots of sample essays with examiner comments. - 5-star Amazon review
  • Excellent revision guide. Each page is laid out with colour coded information. It's split into 'must know'/'should know'/'extra'. Usually each topic is a double sided page spread and the second page contains questions on the topic. Throughout the revision guide there are examiners' comments to help revision. All in all I find it very helpful. - 5-star Amazon review
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