OCR GCSE Psychology Student Book by Mark Billingham, David Groves
  

OCR GCSE Psychology Student Book

Written by Mark Billingham, David Groves
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Part of the OCR GCSE Psychology Series

Synopsis

OCR GCSE Psychology Student Book by Mark Billingham, David Groves

Step-by-step support for OCR GCSE Psychology. Tailored to the 2009 OCR GCSE Psychology specification, and written by experienced examiners and subject experts, this contemporary Student Book provides the tools to support and encourage every student. It is endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR GCSE Psychology specification, and written in accessible chunks and in full colour to motivate students throughout the course. A clear, easy-to-follow section on research methods helps students to meet the How Science Works assessment objective. Our popular Exam Cafe feature is included, which guides students through each aspect of the exam, providing them with structured help from day one. Grade Studio also offers clear advice to help students improve their performance.

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Mark Billingham, David Groves
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

1st May 2009

ISBN

9780435807702


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