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    (Original post by A*/100% Man)
    Don't worry, I am sure you have done better than you think.
    I doubt this as I only crammed for the night before. Worst case scenario tbh is going to be an A :c

    My school has around a 90% A*-A for GCSE RS and apparently to every 6th former who took it, it was the easiest A* of their GCSE's which I've yet to see how. With an A* around 90% (that's not really the issue) I don't see how it's easier than a subject like maths? I mean you can A* maths without any revision but RS is a LOT harder without revising.
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    It was explain the different choices to having an abortion. Not clear at all!!
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    I'm now contemplating the way in which I answered the question. I didn't explain what the alternatives of abortion entailed, I simply applied religious teachings in accordance to the alternatives and why it would be better to adopt/foster rather than abort. I only missed one question and nearly finished the six-mark question on the last topic: War and Peace.
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    from what i remember the question was what are some of the choices to abortion?
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    I thought it was the alternatives of an abortion. Well, I hope I'm right, and if comments prior to mine have anything to go by, I should be...
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    What was the answer to that 6 marker "life begins at conception?" I put something like: I agree because...I disagree because... Christians think... Buddhists think... Would that get 6 marks???
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    (Original post by milanakostjuka)
    What was the answer to that 6 marker "life begins at conception?" I put something like: I agree because...I disagree because... Christians think... Buddhists think... Would that get 6 marks???
    It depends on your points and whether they were directly answering the question. Moreover, your application of religious views would need to be relevant to the topic, especially the question. I did almost the same as you when answering six-mark questions, whereby I gave a proposing Christian view and an opposing Christian view (to qualify insight) and gave the viewpoint of a secularist: each point different from the other.
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    Is anyone doing their second RE exam tomorrow and if so, do you know any useful teachings for any unit in the paper
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    Im doing this paper tomorrow, would it be the same one?
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    I have a revision document open for anyone who wants to add to it:

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing
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    Morality was so good today. How did everyone else find it?
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    I did this exam i need four topics though. drugs,crime and punishment,rich and poor in britain,and wold poverty.
    Hopefully we all pass
 
 
 
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