Gender Predictions June 2016 PSYA3
I’ve had so many emails asking for my AQA psychology June 2016 Gender predictions for PSYA3 (and eating behaviours) I’m pretty sure it’s bordering on harassment! :)
Again apologies – I know I’m running a little late with all these predictions but I’ve had a pretty crazy few weeks (and months) – If you’ve messaged me and I haven’t gotten back to you then please don’t think I’m ignoring you, I’m just swamped with so many emails I can’t really stay on top of them during these exam periods. For those that follow my posts you would also know I have been ill for months (literally) and finally have begun to recover- (If you ever suffer from a weak immune system get yourself a nutribullet and start mixing your greens and fruit, it’s worked wonders for me). I’ve been suffering from exhaustion ultimately juggling so many things including Loopa and trying to answer everyones messages.
I’ve also had my brothers wedding this weekend which has also made time a rare commodity for me and considering how long it takes to do these predictions and the questions table and picking out which ones I think are likely, I’ve just lacked time overall.
But my Gender predictions for June 2016 and the AQA psychology exam is finally here.
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Gender Predictions 2016
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Heres my predictions table below:
There are a total of 8 essays you need to know however realistically I can only shave off about 3 of them and the rest I would revise in order of the following priority. The first 3 essays I highlight first are all equally possible in my eyes as they are well overdue, the 4th is my outsider chance.
- The role of genes and hormones – Has never appeared and along with the one below, is one of my frontrunners to appear and one I would give the most focus to. I mean it’s so overdue it’s ridiculous!
- Evolutionary explanations of gender roles – again as above, hasn’t appeared and thats looking as far back as January 2011. You need to revise this and the one above like crazy. Same as above really; some essays have appeared twice and this along with the role of genes and hormones haven’t even appeared once. The specification is almost phased out and these two key sections have never made an appearance – surely they may want to wrap this all up with either this essay (or the one above) using the next two exam windows? (next years retakes may get one of these two I would think)
- Explanations of gender dysphoria – Has never appeared like the above and I missed this out in my original post (sorry again). This is just as likely as the two above due to it never appearing in any form in my eyes and these 3 would be my main priority going into the exam.
- Cultural influences on gender role. Like the ones above, it’s been a long time since it appeared and it hasn’t been a full essay over the course of the exam windows I’m looking at. Therefore it’s also well overdue and my third favourite to make an appearance. This along with the two above are the ones I would be giving the most attention to revision wise.
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Your pal Saj