Psychology A level

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    With over 300 unique multiple-choice test questions, Psychology Examstutor is an essential A Level Psychology exam revision app. Instant feedback for each question helps you identifying the correct response to questions you answer incorrectly. Reinforcing your understanding of key topics you may be examined on at A Level.

    Combined with the facility to link to further revision support on used by leading schools and colleges across the UK, this app will be updated with additional topic tests and questions throughout your studies.

    Exam Board Revision Pathways, map key topics in your AS and A2 Psychology Exams. Revise a specific Topic, or create Random Tests, with questions drawn from all key topics in a specific Unit, or from across the entire A level.

    A level Psychology is an advanced qualification studied by UK and international students prior to attending University. This app can be used by anyone wishing to develop an advanced understanding of Psychology.

    Features include:
    · Topic Tests: Covering over 30+ examined topics
    · Random Tests: Choose the number of questions randomly drawn from either the entire A level or the unit you are currently revising.
    · Instant Feedback : Correct Answers identified if you get a question wrong, reinforcing learning.
    · Revision Pathways : Exam Board mapping
    · Report Card : tracking your performance in all the tests you take, whilst charting your understanding of each topic prior to you sitting exams.

    Topics covered include:
    Cognitive, Developmental, Social, Physiological Psychology……

    Exam Boards mapped include:
    · AQA
    · Edexcel

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    Marcus Forde

    by Marcus Forde

    Oct 30, 2015  |  "Poor"

    Doesn't have very many topics at all