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How did everyone find the AQA sociology exam today?
I done Families and households but I'm really unsure on how it went
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I had a feeling social policy and childhood were going to come up.. Unfortunately I only had time to answer one of the 24 markers u-u
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I had a feeling social policy and childhood were going to come up.. Unfortunately I only had time to answer one of the 24 markers u-u
That bassically means you failed
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That bassically means you failed
Hoping to bring the mark up with the unit 2 exam..
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Hoping to bring the mark up with the unit 2 exam..
good to stay postive
why did u only do 1
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I ran out of time, otherwise I would have gotten them both done e-e Unit 2 is worth more of the grade anyway so If I do well on that hopefully I'll at least get a C
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BEST sociology exam ever, I could answer everything no problem. I think everyone did quite well though so they might raise the grade boundary for an A
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Blessing of a paper. I re-sit this exam as I got a C in this last year, so hoping I'll get a B or an A
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How did everyone find the AQA sociology exam today?
I done Families and households but I'm really unsure on how it went
I feel the exact same, I really enjoyed this paper though, especially the childhood question! However I'm not very confident that I did well enough ah, how did you find it?
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BEST sociology exam ever, I could answer everything no problem. I think everyone did quite well though so they might raise the grade boundary for an A
I hope not! I got the Marxist question all wrong so I've already dropped a grade!!
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If they do, they will only raise it by a tiny bit, they always do. last year an A was 42 and that paper was pretty challenging, may raise it to 44 or 45.

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I hope not! I got the Marxist question all wrong so I've already dropped a grade!!
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Literally same here like idk whether I was talking rubbish or not I just didn't know exactly what the qs were asking for
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Literally same here like idk whether I was talking rubbish or not I just didn't know exactly what the qs were asking for

That's the same as me What was your answer for the question on cohabitation?
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I feel the exact same, I really enjoyed this paper though, especially the childhood question! However I'm not very confident that I did well enough ah, how did you find it?
I feel the same way too!!
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What did you guys write for the question about marxists
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how did you define households
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I totally forgot to use the item in my second essay and I realied that I didn't use enough sociologist in my either of my essays ;((
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how did you define households
"To remove any confusion, here is the definition of a household from the mark scheme of June 09.

a household consists of a person living alone or a group of people who live communally, eg
share accommodation and eat together."
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how did you define households
you say something like there is a group of people living in a house but not related or something like that
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I totally forgot to use the item in my second essay and I realied that I didn't use enough sociologist in my either of my essays ;((
I didn't use the item either :/
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