Religious studies synoptic paper (wjec) - how do i learn it and write quickly?

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If you're sitting this A2 Paper for WJEC R.S, then you'll understand the pain of how much writing and memorising is involved.
I just want to know how everyone is learning it? It's in just over 2 weeks and my part A is still 8 pages long (have no idea how after editing its this long and teachers expect me to write that in an hour) and B part is just over 4 (45 minutes writing time).
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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 She-Ra now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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If you're sitting this A2 Paper for WJEC R.S, then you'll understand the pain of how much writing and memorising is involved.
I just want to know how everyone is learning it? It's in just over 2 weeks and my part A is still 8 pages long (have no idea how after editing its this long and teachers expect me to write that in an hour) and B part is just over 4 (45 minutes writing time).
I've moved this to the RE forum for you
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Hello. I wrote my in 1 day, but with the research involved I'd say the whole thing took my like 2-3. My essays are Life, Death and Life after Death and my part A is I believe 5 pages. The part B I will write after my exams and before the rs4 exam - so in five days between. It's a no biggie for me tbh.

The way to memorise the essays is:

go through them.
write subheadings on each (e.g. purpose of life/Christianity).
then write and explain briefly the main points.
then write the examples and evidence.

Just remember the evidence and points that you have written and you'll be fine. go over them a few times and it'll sink in your head (i hope).
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(Original post by okuyombenya)
Hello. I wrote my in 1 day, but with the research involved I'd say the whole thing took my like 2-3. My essays are Life, Death and Life after Death and my part A is I believe 5 pages. The part B I will write after my exams and before the rs4 exam - so in five days between. It's a no biggie for me tbh.

The way to memorise the essays is:

go through them.
write subheadings on each (e.g. purpose of life/Christianity).
then write and explain briefly the main points.
then write the examples and evidence.

Just remember the evidence and points that you have written and you'll be fine. go over them a few times and it'll sink in your head (i hope).
I'm doing the exact same questions as you! I've managed to whittle mine down to 5 1/2 and split it up onto revision cards to make it more manageable. Been revising RS3 like a madman so I'm gonna learn mine in the 6 days I have between my english exam and RS4, thank you for your advice!
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