Psya3 Eating Behaviour Predictions June 2015
On to my Eating behaviour predictions for Psya3 June 2015. This one seems fairly straight forward so providing AQA decide not to be awkward we could narrow this down by half the possible questions I would focus on above all else. If you’re studying this topic and need help be sure to check out my model essay answers for eating behaviour. You can download them instantly by clicking the image on the right.
Possible Eating Behaviour Questions – Eating Behaviour June 2015
The table above is taken from the AQA Psychology specification itself and outlines all the possible topics and questions that can be asked for the Eating behaviour topic itself for Psya3. We then take these and put them into our predictions table below which helps us identify when each one has come up and how much the mark allocation has been worth too.
Ok looking at this it seems like we have some clear obvious choices. Unless AQA decide to be really awkward one of these should come up – there are some which should be more likely than others. Watch the video so you know what the order of priority are:
Neural mechanisms in eating behaviour: Has not appeared in 5 exam windows and it was a full essay when it did appear. This is my front-runner and the one I would prepare for the most.
Explanations for the success and failure of dieting: Appeared 4 exam windows ago but wasn’t a full essay with only 4 marks for theory. Its possible its due a full essay now.
Attitudes to food and eating behaviour: (Outside chance) Appeared as a full essay 2 exam windows ago so its possible although less likely than the other two above.
This should help you narrow your focus by half in terms of all the possible questions as there is 8 in total. The most likely question based on it not appearing for a while is Neural mechanisms in eating behaviour. Assuming they don’t go with this obvious choice I would go with explanations for the success and failure of dieting.
So thats my predictions!
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