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    I did the exact same thing and said about independent schools had smaller class sizes so could help students more but I also talked about school equipment and teachers pushing student to do well 👍🏻
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    (Original post by JoeyM8)
    I talked about the action zones for failing schools
    Not sure what they are xD but cool. Hope you got it right because i don't know anything about that or ever head of it lol
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    (Original post by rojda)
    Any one??????????
    I don't see anything wrong with that but i focused more on factors within the school like labelling and sub cultures and for against i talked about home factors like language and material deprivation
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    (Original post by Km99)
    Unit 2 if anything should be ok considering that this year's exam wasn't that hard tbh.
    You never know. There might be a plot twist.
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    what about staying in education until you are 18 years old for the policy?
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    (Original post by Louise2016)
    I did the exact same thing and said about independent schools had smaller class sizes so could help students more but I also talked about school equipment and teachers pushing student to do well 👍🏻
    Would I lose marks for speaking about gender and ethnicity ?
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    (Original post by GCSEstudentt)
    I don't see anything wrong with that but i focused more on factors within the school like labelling and sub cultures and for against i talked about home factors like language and material deprivation
    Would I lose marks for mentioning gender and ethnicity hence it did mention social class?
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    Guys you know for the five mark about previous policies that helped people to stay in educational achievement would i get any marks for talking about EMAs helping materially and financially deprived children ??? I mentioned that it wasn't successful because people may have spent it on things other than stationary and stuff for school - at this point in the exam my mind was drained so i chatted nonsense but is this a valid point


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    Guys you know for the five mark about previous policies that helped people to stay in educational achievement would i get any marks for talking about EMAs helping materially and financially deprived children ??? I mentioned that it wasn't successful because people may have spent it on things other than stationary and stuff for school - at this point in the exam my mind was drained so i chatted nonsense but is this a valid point


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    Yesssss!!!!
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    (Original post by rojda;[url="tel:64833877")
    64833877[/url]]Goooood luck guys!!!
    Let it begin..😫
    The exam was so easy bring on unit 2!!
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    (Original post by GCSEstudentt)
    I don't see anything wrong with that but i focused more on factors within the school like labelling and sub cultures and for against i talked about home factors like language and material deprivation
    I talked about labelling and material deprivation as well Labelling is literally the best thing i can write about to gain me lots of marks because it's really easy to remember. Also material deprivation is simple.
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    (Original post by Khoyes)
    You never know. There might be a plot twist.
    That had a sinister feel to it :/
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    (Original post by Km99)
    That had a sinister feel to it :/
    xD Sorry about that lol xD
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    Like a fool the easy 5 marker on attitudes to nuclear for feminism and one other theorist. I only talked about feminists thinking i had talked about functionalist
    What about the study method comparison for sexism in school?
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    (Original post by vi1up)
    what about staying in education until you are 18 years old for the policy?
    Yes that's fine
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    (Original post by rojda)
    Would I lose marks for speaking about gender and ethnicity ?
    No because that is the other side of the argument and to get full marks , you have to do two points agreeing and two points disagreeing or 3 for one side, 1 on the other (4 points in total)
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    (Original post by Louise2016)
    No because that is the other side of the argument and to get full marks , you have to do two points agreeing and two points disagreeing or 3 for one side, 1 on the other (4 points in total)

    Thank you so much omg ly 😫
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    Can someone tell me the essay questions for both family and education
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    (Original post by rojda)
    Would I lose marks for mentioning gender and ethnicity hence it did mention social class?
    I wouldnt think so, in my conclusion I said "and some sociologists would say gender, ethnicity and social class are significant factors..."
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    I think as a whole the exam was easy.
    But I'm still beating myself up about the things I got wrong. Like the Social Mobility question; idk how I forgot about meritocracy. Instead I made up a whole load of bull about how scholarships can encourage social mobility in schools. That's 5 marks gone. Then I also kinda messed up on the families 12 markers about socialisation. Shouldve chosen the other one. Oh well, still got thursdays exam...
 
 
 
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