i didnt get any extra help with the aea, i did the psychology one, was a bit of a bugger cos i got taught debates and was told to teach myself the ethics/issues sides in time for the aea, i didnt bother as i had two chemistry exams on morning of the aea and thought they were more important. Typically ethics/issues came up so i just rambled on for a bit ended up with a merit which for no extra work didnt seem too bad. if you get the chance to sit them i dont see that it does any harm, i just focused my revision on my alevels that my offer did rely upon
Id be hard pressed to find any difference between one of the two questions and a GCSE DME paper, seriously. One of my teachers, Chief Examiner for Geo at OCR, thought it wasn't worth the paper its written on, I agree.
Just to add my own, off topic, opinion - the geography DME isn't worth the air touching the paper its written on.
The "right blood" being?
It sounds like the distinction between "pureblood" and "mudblood" in Harry Potter.