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This thread is for the exam on the 14th of May - spefically for the WJEC board as I don't believe that there currently is one
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

I'm going to quote in Puddles the Monkey now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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I'm doing this exam is this the only thread?
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Yeah I think it is...not many people do it with WJEC I think


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I'm doing the whole a-level in a year,
In AS I'm doing natural law, situation ethics, mystism and teleological argument
And A2 I'm doing 'free brings' and 'is religious language meaningful'
And for RS4 I'm doing religious experience
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I'm going to do:
Natural Law
Utilitarianism
Teleological Argument
The Problem of Evil
How are you feeling about it?


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Quite nervous with doing the whole a-level in a year.
do you have any suggestions of might come up for natural law and teleological argument?
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I bet you are!!
No I don't
However my ideology is, that as long as you could answer all of the questions in the WJEC textbook then you'll be fine! Although they may be worded differently you cannot really get anything different than the questions they pose in there


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We don't have the wjec textbook
we get given booklets with parts of the wjec textbook in
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I think the Natiral law questions isn't going to be an open question like outline/explain natural law. I think it will be more specific
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You might be right...I mean it's just easy to list out everything to do with natural law isn't it, so it's not ideal!


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I prefer it to be specific I'm not keen on the 'outline' types of questions. Much prefer when if asks something specific
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Ah I understand what you mean! Evil and Suffering had really hard questions last year, so I'm hoping for some more basic ones!


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Post your predictions for the questions peeps! I think that for philosophy there'll be a 30 marker on 'Examine the arguments against the cosmo/teleological argument for the existence of God', but I have no idea what the Ethics questions may be, any predictions?
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Anyone doing Religious Diversity and Religion and the Community (State, Government, Middle East)?
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