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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Yeah if it specifically says post 2010 reforms otherwise you can mention any reforms...look at the pictures I attached above from the politics review, it's got the evasion of post 2010 constitutional reforms


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    yeah thanks i will check em out

    can't wait till this exam is over

    only really easy questions can save me lol
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    yeah thanks i will check em out

    can't wait till this exam is over

    only really easy questions can save me lol
    Ah I bet you'll be fine ! You seem like you know your stuff from how much I've seen you on here too


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    If ya want my powerpoints I've got for constitution and parliament to help you look back through the thread (it won't take only its on the other page) and I attached them to someone else who needed them too


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    No worries, I already have them which I'll be using. Thanks, by the way!

    Just a lot of work to cover in a short amount of time. Stressing me out!
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    yeah thanks i will check em out

    can't wait till this exam is over

    only really easy questions can save me lol
    On your profile you're an overlord of the chat so you must know something 😉


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Ah I bet you'll be fine ! You seem like you know your stuff from how much I've seen you on here too


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    nope

    you need loads of examples for unit 2 right

    i hardly have any
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    (Original post by UKStudent17)
    No worries, I already have them which I'll be using. Thanks, by the way!

    Just a lot of work to cover in a short amount of time. Stressing me out!
    I know it is quite a lot...but the stuff on sovereignty links in with parliament...perhaps just use the PowerPoint to make essay plans or tables or mind maps or another way you feel confident about?


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    (Original post by xxvine)
    nope

    you need loads of examples for unit 2 right

    i hardly have any
    To be honest you don't, it's more about content, like for pm yeah there are examples but if you use the 3 studies that's just as good, the only real examples are of reform and examples of what pms do


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    To be honest you don't, it's more about content, like for pm yeah there are examples but if you use the 3 studies that's just as good, the only real examples are of reform and examples of what pms do


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    for parliament you do right? and constitution?

    is 'for and against a coalition' part of our spec?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    for parliament you do right? and constitution?

    is 'for and against a coalition' part of our spec?
    unit 1 territory. You need to know how coalition affected the relationship, i.e. more rebellions, weakened collective responsibility
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    What's an example of Cameron being asked a question of question-time, and what was his answer please? Just need 1 or 2 short ones please!!
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    for parliament you do right? and constitution?

    is 'for and against a coalition' part of our spec?
    Constitution is practically just the reforms nd particular cases like the belmarsh case which is an obvious one
    Parliament I guess there are examples like questions for ministers but in the mock I didn't use many examples and I still managed to get an a...you probs next examples for the types of select committed there are but that's easy like education, welfare the nhs and so on
    You'll need some examples for the functions but they're simple like for scrutiny accountability you can say prime ministers question times holds the government to account and scrutinises what they are doing?


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    (Original post by xxvine)
    for parliament you do right? and constitution?

    is 'for and against a coalition' part of our spec?
    And unit 2 you don't need to know stats as much as you do for unit one so that makes it easier


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    (Original post by Foji)
    What's an example of Cameron being asked a question of question-time, and what was his answer please? Just need 1 or 2 short ones please!!
    Maybe just watch question time on Wednesday so you have a really super contemporary question to show off in the exam?


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Maybe just watch question time on Wednesday so you have a really super contemporary question to show off in the exam?


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    Lol
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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    I know it is quite a lot...but the stuff on sovereignty links in with parliament...perhaps just use the PowerPoint to make essay plans or tables or mind maps or another way you feel confident about?


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    Yeah. A lot of you have provided great guides and information, so I'll take a look at them and try and get to grips with it.

    I'll probably cover Parliament tomorrow morning and then the Constitution in the afternoon, then just review everything done so far in the evening.

    A good night's sleep will probably clear my head. Woke up very early today to prepare for the exam; I'm shattered now!
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Lol
    https://twitter.com/tasnia_x/status/739810404428328960
    There are real tears in my eyes this is actually hilarious


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    (Original post by UKStudent17)
    Yeah. A lot of you have provided great guides and information, so I'll take a look at them and try and get to grips with it.

    I'll probably cover Parliament tomorrow morning and then the Constitution in the afternoon, then just review everything done so far in the evening.

    A good night's sleep will probably clear my head. Woke up very early today to prepare for the exam; I'm shattered now!
    Yeah i think that's what I'll do, especially trying to revise around lessons is still tricky though, ill probably see ya around on the thread tomorrow🤓


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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Yeah i think that's what I'll do, especially trying to revise around lessons is still tricky though, ill probably see ya around on the thread tomorrow🤓


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    Probably will Seeya soon!
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    (Original post by mollyadtr)
    Yeah i think that's what I'll do, especially trying to revise around lessons is still tricky though, ill probably see ya around on the thread tomorrow🤓


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    You don't have study leave/?!!?
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    (Original post by King Geedorah)
    Link 1: 40 Mark Qs
    http://alevelpolitics.com/wp-content...-2009-2015.pdf

    Link 2: Source based Qs
    http://alevelpolitics.com/wp-content...-2009-2015.pdf

    I hope this helps!
    This is brilliant thank you!
 
 
 
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