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    how many question are there in the short course re exam aqa?
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    (Original post by mahams)
    how many question are there in the short course re exam aqa?
    Old or new specification? on the old specification, there's also RS A and RS B, do you know which one it is?
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    Dunno lol I'm in year 11 and I think it's the old one
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    hi guys whos got an re exam tomorrow
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    (Original post by Z4r4)
    hi guys whos got an re exam tomorrow
    mines on wednesday
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    Well you have four sections. Each section contains a part a, b, c and d. Therefore - 4x4 which would be 16 questions to answer. Then if you think about how a d is split into a 'do you agree' and a 'do you disagree' so that could take the form of two questions. So that gives you 20 questions. Remember, that you have a choice between two different sets of questions for each section, good luck
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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    Well you have four sections. Each section contains a part a, b, c and d. Therefore - 4x4 which would be 16 questions to answer. Then if you think about how a d is split into a 'do you agree' and a 'do you disagree' so that could take the form of two questions. So that gives you 20 questions. Remember, that you have a choice between two different sets of questions for each section, good luck
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    (Original post by mahams)
    mines on wednesday
    if your's is OCR Christianity, there's 3 questions, and you answer 2. 2 sets of ABCDE, in 1 hour. Hope that helped, sorry if you're not on OCR
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    (Original post by jazz_xox_)
    if your's is OCR Christianity, there's 3 questions, and you answer 2. 2 sets of ABCDE, in 1 hour. Hope that helped, sorry if you're not on OCR
    mines aqa and I think its the old gcse and its ok
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    i think i might throw up XD
 
 
 
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