Do GCSE Religious Studies (Short-Course) in 2 months?

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abjolm
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I have exams coming up in May for GCSE, but we're still being made to participate in core RE lessons. In terms of workload, would anyone be able to offer advice or oppinion on trying to do the Unit 1 EDEXCEL course in 2 months? I don't want it to be too much that it distracts me from other courses. But I'm only doing 8 GCSEs this season, atm. Also, I wouldn't really want to enter if I couldn't get an A*
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Yes do it im sure if you work hard you can do it!
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I do OCR full course Philosophy and Applied Ethics (basically full course RE) which consists of 8 modules in total and they are not that hard. The short course for OCR consists only of 4 modules and I know this as my whole year does short course RE. I guess it's not gonna be too different with Edexcel and personally, RE is one of the easiest subjects you could do at GCSE so I think you can study the short course in 2 months provided you put 110% in and revise lot an A*/A is guaranteed.
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(Original post by Tinka99)
I do OCR full course Philosophy and Applied Ethics (basically full course RE) which consists of 8 modules in total and they are not that hard. The short course for OCR consists only of 4 modules and I know this as my whole year does short course RE. I guess it's not gonna be too different with Edexcel and personally, RE is one of the easiest subjects you could do at GCSE so I think you can study the short course in 2 months provided you put 110% in and revise lot an A*/A is guaranteed.
I do edexcel and unit 1 is only 4 modules!! Defo go for it pretty easy A/A*!
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