April 24th 2014 – Blog Update
I thought I would do a quick post and update as I have been active in the background optimising the website etc but not posted an update on the blog for a week or so.
So this month alone (April) has seen over 12’400 visitors to the website alone as exams approach – heres a quick pic of the stats:
That’s staggering considering last month I had only 7000 visitors which is a huge jump and almost double – plus the month isnt even over yet. Thats insane considering this website was only started on January 7th and isn’t even 6 months old.
Word of mouth continues to spread about the website across colleges and classrooms. I keep getting emails telling me how helpful the website and books have been and how other people have recommended both which is great to hear and I just want to say thank you for that and I will be improving the websites hosting and looking at ways I can improve the layout too with whatever is generated. I never expected the website to prove this popular so im a bit scared to change the layout now incase it affects its position in the rankings – so I may leave it as it is but invest most in the hosting instead so its a quick website.
My Predictions For AS Coming This Weekend
For people on my mailing list (everyone thats bought a book basically) I sent them an email last week telling them I will be releasing my predictions for the papers and what I think people should bank on for the possible questions for AS and A2.
I plan to release my predictions for AS this weekend (26th/27th April) and what I would personally be focusing my 12 marker essays on for revision. It will be interesting to see if I get this right as I did have a fairly good track record of guessing my own questions when I sat the exams (about 80% correctly predicted over all 4 papers).
If you want to know what my predictions are for AS Psya1 and Psya2 – Hit the like button for my facebook page here: www.facebook.com/aqapsychology
That way you get an update for it in your news feed once my predictions are up. I’ll also try explain why I predict these too.
As always – if theres any questions send me an email here: firstname.lastname@example.org and il try help best I can.