We all know the sense of relief that you can feel when you look at an exam question and say to yourself: ‘Phew! I revised this topic well!’
So, imagine you have revised effectively for the debate on positive psychology and you see it in your exam. You feel well-prepared and you are ready to tackle this exam question. You write your introduction, and you go on to provide detailed paragraphs highlighting arguments for and against the relevance of positive psychology in today’s society.
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