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yay....i got A* in my RS Mock

(not that its particularly challenging though!)
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yay....i got A* in my RS Mock

(not that its particularly challenging though!)
Well done!
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I got an A
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I got an A
Well done, too.

I'll be doing mocks next year, and in RS too, what exactly are the questions like?(could you give me an example of the question, please? )

And is it an easy paper?
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Well done, too.

I'll be doing mocks next year, and in RS too, what exactly are the questions like?(could you give me an example of the question, please? )

And is it an easy paper?
The paper was actually called Philosophy and Ethics... before we started the teachers were all saying how it was suppose to be the easiest GCSE paper we'll get- don't know if that's true. It wasn't too bad though, the grade boundaries are fairly low (E.g. 45% for a C) because there is no coursework. The questions are in three parts, E.g. knowledge, explaining, and your own opinion. Can't remember any questions (sorry)but they required you to think of Christian and Muslim perspectives on certain topics, like euthanasia. Biblical quotes are always good!
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The paper was actually called Philosophy and Ethics... before we started the teachers were all saying how it was suppose to be the easiest GCSE paper we'll get- don't know if that's true. It wasn't too bad though, the grade boundaries are fairly low (E.g. 45% for a C) because there is no coursework. The questions are in three parts, E.g. knowledge, explaining, and your own opinion. Can't remember any questions (sorry)but they required you to think of Christian and Muslim perspectives on certain topics, like euthanasia. Biblical quotes are always good!
Ah right.

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yay....i got A* in my RS Mock

(not that its particularly challenging though!)
Well Done.

I got A* in the GCSE, and i did not do any work at all for 2 years and only did 1.5 hours revision the night before. Life is good.
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Well done, too.

I'll be doing mocks next year, and in RS too, what exactly are the questions like?(could you give me an example of the question, please? )

And is it an easy paper?
my school uses the WJEC board....the test was pretty easy......questions like:

Describe the teachings of adultery in two different religions...

just stuff like that
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my school uses the WJEC board....the test was pretty easy......questions like:

Describe the teachings of adultery in two different religions...

just stuff like that
Ah, not too bad then - you just have to know your facts.
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