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The 5 types of exam questions in IB Psychology



Nervous about your IB Psych exams? In this video I explain the five types of questions you can expect in Paper 1 and Paper 2, as well as tips on how to prepare for them.

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    added on 25 May, 2019
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    I’ve heard that the IB are adding more subject detailed SAQs to May 2020 exams like “explain the role of one agonist using one study” how would you suggest we study for these?

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    added on 13 May, 2020
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    Hi there! Just curious as to how you know so much more than my teachers. No seriously, were you the former IB psychology examiner or something…?

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    added on 6 Sep, 2020
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    Hi! I saw on the IB syllabus that both multistore model and working memory model fall into the same content heading of 'study 2 memory models'. Does this mean that for an ERQ the exam won't ask specifically to write about one model of memory e.g. evaluate one model of memory? (I'm planning to prepare 2 studies on multistore model and 1 study on working memory model)

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