AS Level Politics Unit 2: governing the UK

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I've tracked the past papers for Unit 2, and not once have the Constitution and Parliament both been 25 markers or 40 markers; when is 25 the other has always been 40. This means for all the past questions the two questions you pick can always be the Constitution and Parliament. I've only learnt these two topics as I thought it was a sure bet, but now I'm wondering whether it's worth learning another topic (i.e. the Judiciary or PM, cabinet and executive) for the exam which is on monday just in case Edexcel decide to switch it around this year. Thanks all xxx
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No, those topics can never come together
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No, those topics can never come together
Thanks for answering, out of interest how do you know that? xx
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Thanks for answering, out of interest how do you know that? xx
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