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hi, i am really sorry i didnt look at this any sooner!! i have been at uni and have forgotten all about student room...
i found the exam hard but only due to time constraints, i am lucky that i can write very quickly, if you struggle with timings train yourself!!
secondly, its not about learning how to answer a question, you have to learn the topic.
be careful in which questions you chose, you need back ups! dont learn three!!!
if your doing the same, i would suggest learn two from section A philosophy, one from section B philosophy, and then two for section A ethics, i wouldnt bother with section B ethics unless you really love the topic!!
also, the examiner is looking for things like "on the other hand" and "similarly" this shows good evaluation and linking between key ideas, do not just drop in information that you dont know about it will shine through that you dont know it.
for the implications paper, i did ethics, so Lafollette and i forget the other two, they were on building ethical theories and a development between top-down to bottom-up models of theory. these require a really good general knowledge of history/psychology/literature...you do not have to learn the article!! i dont think i read past the first pages!! just understand the key ideas!
any further questions i would be happy to answer, sorry i have taken MONTHS!
If not, good luck!!
Hi, how did you find the RS exam in june ? im taking my exam next year and was wondering if you had any tips or advice on what to revise etc particularly after reading that you did really well ! Thanks in advance.
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- I am studying BA Philosophy, Religion and Ethics at Heythrop College, University of London in Kensington!
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