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    Hello,

    So this probably might sound stupid but is there a difference between the global context part in the paper and the EU context in the paper.

    Are there certain topics which can only come up on each part?
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    I can answer this as an examiner for AQA. Any part of the specification can come up in either context. The only difference is the context.
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    (Original post by mapotts53)
    I can answer this as an examiner for AQA. Any part of the specification can come up in either context. The only difference is the context.
    Dr Mark Potts
    thank you. Do you have any predictions on what could come up?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by GCSEgirl13)
    thank you. Do you have any predictions on what could come up?

    Thanks
    You need to look at the trend of papers over the last few years but don't rely on predictions. As long as you have good time management and exam technique it should be fine.
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    No predictions. The Principal examiner can choose questions from any part of the specification. Learn the content well and practice answering past questions. Resources, exam papers and Mark schemes are available at: http://www.aleveleconomicssuccess.com
    Good luck
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    Hey! I was wondering if anyone can help me out with the 'nature and importance of trade between developed and developing countries for both parties' part of the specification! It's under 3.4.3 (The International Economy). I know the costs and benefits of globalisation for developed and developing countries. However, apparently they are not the same thing. Can anyone help me out?
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    (Original post by RoshniHiranix)
    Hey! I was wondering if anyone can help me out with the 'nature and importance of trade between developed and developing countries for both parties' part of the specification! It's under 3.4.3 (The International Economy). I know the costs and benefits of globalisation for developed and developing countries. However, apparently they are not the same thing. Can anyone help me out?
    Globalisation covers international trade and other things. I am not sure what your questions is. Reasons why trade takes place or factors promoting it as well as the economic effects for both developed and developing countries should be covered.
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    Factors promoting it aswell as the effects on developing and developed countries.

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    (Original post by mapotts53)
    No predictions. The Principal examiner can choose questions from any part of the specification. Learn the content well and practice answering past questions. Resources, exam papers and Mark schemes are available at: http://www.aleveleconomicssuccess.com
    Good luck
    thanks, would you happen to have econ1 and econ2 papers from last year?
    thanks
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    Sorry no.
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    Is anyone going to branch out and make some predictions for the paper?
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    For AQA Unit 3 15 mark question on price discrimination look at this excellent response that gets 15/15.
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