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HEY so anyone who does:

AQA Philosophy (NOT PHILOSOPHY & ETHICS) or
AQA German

at AS Level

Wanna like study together and stuff yeah idk how itll work but we could go through some things and stuff

so yeah if you're doing either of these and want to , then hmu with a reply/pm/visitor message usw.

thankz
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(Original post by Inexorably)
HEY so anyone who does:

AQA Philosophy (NOT PHILOSOPHY & ETHICS) or
AQA German

at AS Level

Wanna like study together and stuff yeah idk how itll work but we could go through some things and stuff

so yeah if you're doing either of these and want to , then hmu with a reply/pm/visitor message usw.

thankz
awwww shame, that's what i do...
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awwww shame, that's what i do...
SOz they're quite different content-wise I believe and even moreso exam-technique-wise.
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SOz they're quite different content-wise I believe and even moreso exam-technique-wise.
really?

i think it's just biased essays
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really?

i think it's just biased essays
Apologies, having a moment, what exactly do you mean by ''biased essays''? =)
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Apologies, having a moment, what exactly do you mean by ''biased essays''? =)
your own opinion on which side you take + evidence and examples to support that
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your own opinion on which side you take + evidence and examples to support that
Oh I see (A).

I think in Philosophy it's moreso down to how well you construct the argument - you can lose marks so so easily for any sign of redundancy or lack of clarification or unncessary examples or not explaining a point clearly and our teacher has advised us before that it is harder than P&E.

What do you actually cover in P&E? We cover "Epistemology" and "Philosophy of religion".

Tbh i could just look through the aqa website and find out but lazy
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Oh I see (A).

I think in Philosophy it's moreso down to how well you construct the argument - you can lose marks so so easily for any sign of redundancy or lack of clarification or unncessary examples or not explaining a point clearly and our teacher has advised us before that it is harder than P&E.

What do you actually cover in P&E? We cover "Epistemology" and "Philosophy of religion".

Tbh i could just look through the aqa website and find out but lazy
we cover philosophy of religion and ethics
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we cover philosophy of religion and ethics
Ah I see.

Which do you enjoy more ? I really dislike POR and thankfully we don't have to do it next year.
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Ah I see.

Which do you enjoy more ? I really dislike POR and thankfully we don't have to do it next year.
philosophy of religion is so much more difficult xD i don't really understand the arguments they put forward, but ethics i would think that most people say that it's easier
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