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    So, my RS teacher explained in lessons how we need to write less to preserve more time, and I think I took this to the extreme in the exam. I noticed that the exam was made up of mostly past paper questions so today I was curious to see what I got for the C question about attitudes to different religions and I explained my answer quite vaguly I just said things like Liberal Christians believe in pluralism this means....then stopped.
    I think i'm finished.
    Grade boundaries are scary, in mocks I got 100% but my teacher is a generous marker and probably just rushes. Proper scared.
    Exam bored edexcel unit 3..
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    Why post this in 2 different forums?
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    (Original post by Best of Luck)
    Why post this in 2 different forums?
    Got confused.
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    Your grades don't define you. Work hard and be happy with what you have achieved.
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    how much did you write?
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    how much did you write?
    Around 3-4 lines for a paragraph. Some paragraphs I wrote 3 lines. I think I lacked evidence.
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    Around 3-4 lines for a paragraph. Some paragraphs I wrote 3 lines. I think I lacked evidence.
    I do the AQA EB for R.S so it depends on the marks awarded. For example, "Describe religious attitudes on homosexuality [3 Marks]"

    I would write:

    Some Roman Catholics believe that homosexuality is wrong. This is because in the Bible it says "Men committed indecent acts with other men receive in themselves the due penalty". This suggests that homosexual acts are wrong and those involved should suffer.

    I have given a religious view
    Religious teaching
    Meaning

    ​If you are doing a six marker I recommend you do one for and against, opinion and a short conclusion. =) hope this helped you in some form!

    Goodluck on your future exams
    - R
 
 
 
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