This Edexcel GCSE Psychology course is perfect for those who want to learn more about the mind, brain and human behaviour.
This course will focus on debates within psychology and the interrelationships between the core areas of the subject. You will look at how you carry out psychological research, methods such as: biological; cognitive; social; developmental and individual differences.
Within this interesting course you will develop an understanding of psychological issues and consider how psychology contributes to society.
This course prepares you for Edexcel GCSE Psychology 1PS0.
Edexcel GCSE Psychology exams are only available in May of each year, for both UK & overseas students.
The exam comprises of two written papers:
Paper 1: (Paper code: 1PS0/01): This paper lasts 1hr 45m and is worth 55% of your final grade. This paper tests your understanding of the following topics (Development, Memory, Psychological Problems, The Brain and Neuropsychology and Social Influence).
This paper may also draw on knowledge and understanding of investigations from Research Methods.
Paper 2: (Paper code: 1PS0/02): This paper lasts 1hr 20m and is worth 45% of your final
Section A will focus primarily on Research Methods although it can draw on material from topics 1 to 5 from paper 1. It will contain question types that include calculations, multiple-choice, short-open and open-response questions, and one extended open-response question.
Sections B-F are the optional topics. The two options chosen for this course are topic 6: Criminal Psychology and topic 9: Sleep and Dreaming.
The fee for Edexcel GCSE Psychology is £495 via instalments (initial payment of £103 and 8 monthly instalments of £49). There is a discount of 5% for payment in full reducing the fee to £470.
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