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    (Original post by blackdiamond97)
    One Nationism is an example of ideals (paternalism, authority) that traditional conservatives hold, not a strand in its own right. Everything else is correct
    Oh okay because in one of the mark schemes I read it talked about 'one nation conservatives' basically making them out to be a seperste strands
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    (Original post by XiuXiu)
    haha, lots of the people who did Gov Pol seem to also be doing history

    How did KTF go for you? I didn't study the questions that came up, but I think it still went pretty well, and I only needed a C/D to do well since my coursework etc was good

    this one has no coursework however, so the whole qualification sits on these exams...

    regretting not working all year now, ha
    To be honest it was the best history exam I've ever done - I got an A* on my coursework but I got 141UMS last year so to keep that B I need a B in this exam, or to get an A I need a high A - either way I will be happy. I had prepped for history like mad though! Can't say the same for politics! I resat Unit 1 pol so hopefully that will help haha
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Oh okay because in one of the mark schemes I read it talked about 'one nation conservatives' basically making them out to be a seperste strands
    I think you can call traditional conservatism One Nation conservatism, just know that traditional conservatism isn't defined solely by One Nationism
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    How likely is liberalism to come up?
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    Help guys? Whats the least i'll need to get for a B or an A. I got a C in AS (b in unit 2 and d in unit 1) but retook unit 1 again.
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    Could there be a 45 mark question on liberalism and freedom?
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    (Original post by MercyAde)
    Help guys? Whats the least i'll need to get for a B or an A. I got a C in AS (b in unit 2 and d in unit 1) but retook unit 1 again.
    Depends on UMS
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    Ohh ok thank you. Is there a rough mark/grade as im not sure how to work out this UMS thing
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    (Original post by MercyAde)
    Ohh ok thank you. Is there a rough mark/grade as im not sure how to work out this UMS thing
    The whole politics alevel
    Is out of 400
    You know 280 UMS to get a B and 320 UMS an A
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    Thanks so much for your help
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    you never know tbh .. However i think it is very unlikely. Last year there was a 15 marker on liberalism and freedom whilst also the 45 being on liberalism and equality which is closely related. I think a liberalism 45 would be on either Modern Vs Classical liberalism or something relating to democracy.
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    (Original post by Alid11)
    you never know tbh .. However i think it is very unlikely. Last year there was a 15 marker on liberalism and freedom whilst also the 45 being on liberalism and equality which is closely related. I think a liberalism 45 would be on either Modern Vs Classical liberalism or something relating to democracy.
    Yeah will deffo be one of those two
    Don't like the democracy part though
    How would you plan a question like that
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    (Original post by Annie.humair)
    Could there be a 45 mark question on liberalism and freedom?
    Maybe comparing the classical and modern liberal view of freedom and it's implication on the state
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    Whats points would u make for this e.g. 3 for and 3 against
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    (Original post by MercyAde)
    Whats points would u make for this e.g. 3 for and 3 against
    For what?
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    The classical and modern liberal view on freedom and its implications for the state; all i can think of is 2 paragraphs for negative freedom and 1 for positive
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    (Original post by MercyAde)
    The classical and modern liberal view on freedom and its implications for the state; all i can think of is 2 paragraphs for negative freedom and 1 for positive
    That's a tricky Qu
    Wow lol
    How would you answer it
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    Predictions for Unit 3D tomorrow afternoon?
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    (Original post by Thebeast97)
    Predictions for Unit 3D tomorrow afternoon?
    I don't really have a prediction but I going to take a guess and say the UN, US hegemony and polarity will come up.
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    It might be different across the various units but what structure do you guys adopt for top band ,15 markers ?
 
 
 
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