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How did everyone find the paper? If i'm honest I found it relatively easy besides the 6 marker as i didn't know what it actually meant by 'policies'.

I also ran out of time and missed the 20 marker but still think i'll be able to get a B if i get 2 2 6 10 and 18 aha
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How did everyone find the paper? If i'm honest I found it relatively easy besides the 6 marker as i didn't know what it actually meant by 'policies'.

I also ran out of time and missed the 20 marker but still think i'll be able to get a B if i get 2 2 6 10 and 18 aha
hiya.
I liked that paper I think it went well - apart from the Compensatory education one! could have kicked myself for not remembering since I'm sure I went over it yesterday doing some final reading so glad for those amazing 20 mark questions though. really? I found the 6 marker relatively easy - I put: introduction of coursework, reading schemes & girls + boys stereotyping, and feminisation in education - more role models for girls (not sure on that one though) what did you put? annoyed I didn't think of putting GIST. which 20 marker did you miss?
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hiya.
I liked that paper I think it went well - apart from the Compensatory education one! could have kicked myself for not remembering since I'm sure I went over it yesterday doing some final reading so glad for those amazing 20 mark questions though. really? I found the 6 marker relatively easy - I put: introduction of coursework, reading schemes & girls + boys stereotyping, and feminisation in education - more role models for girls (not sure on that one though) what did you put? annoyed I didn't think of putting GIST. which 20 marker did you miss?
Hey,
aha i just revised compensatory education before the exam and omg thats s weird haha i wrote introduction of coursework, feminisation of education and GIST!! no one else i know wrote gist so thought it might've been wrong but seeing you say that's reassuring. The question itself wasn't hard but i was just confused with 'policy' as i wasnt sure if it was referring to a law lol.
I missed out the research methods one, i managed to do a quick introduction and a limitation talking about the hawthorn affect but that's it.

For the first 20 mark question, did you balance it out with external and internal factor or just talk about external? I talked about external but then i seen 'mainly' so i thought i had to just use a different point of view lol
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aha i just revised compensatory education before the exam and omg thats s weird haha i wrote introduction of coursework, feminisation of education and GIST!! no one else i know wrote gist so thought it might've been wrong but seeing you say that's reassuring. The question itself wasn't hard but i was just confused with 'policy' as i wasnt sure if it was referring to a law lol.
I missed out the research methods one, i managed to do a quick introduction and a limitation talking about the hawthorn affect but that's it.

For the first 20 mark question, did you balance it out with external and internal factor or just talk about external? I talked about external but then i seen 'mainly' so i thought i had to just use a different point of view lol
ooh thats a coincidence so glad I wasn't the only one who wrote feminisation of education since I wasn't sure that would count - I only thought of GIST when i was out of the exam hall - the questions were rather vague as well I thought I think a lot of people got confused with the policy/law - have you checked out the sociology forum? they're all talking about that. Ah I put the Hawthorne affect briefly as well - though it was a nice question, so that would count as a point all I did was try to remember the PET issues... I threw Willis in there as well somewhere.

ah I can't really remember - mine sort of went a bit haywire - I used all external factors, since I went blank, I also mentioned cultural deprivation `theorists`, but since finishing the exam I remembered I forgot to mention any material factors since all i did was define it I could only remember 1 or 2 sociologists as well so I put Bernstein & Feinstein e.g. argue... just to make my answer look better even if it wasn't right lol
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ooh thats a coincidence so glad I wasn't the only one who wrote feminisation of education since I wasn't sure that would count - I only thought of GIST when i was out of the exam hall - the questions were rather vague as well I thought I think a lot of people got confused with the policy/law - have you checked out the sociology forum? they're all talking about that. Ah I put the Hawthorne affect briefly as well - though it was a nice question, so that would count as a point all I did was try to remember the PET issues... I threw Willis in there as well somewhere.

ah I can't really remember - mine sort of went a bit haywire - I used all external factors, since I went blank, I also mentioned cultural deprivation `theorists`, but since finishing the exam I remembered I forgot to mention any material factors since all i did was define it I could only remember 1 or 2 sociologists as well so I put Bernstein & Feinstein e.g. argue... just to make my answer look better even if it wasn't right lol
what were the 10 and 20 mark questions?
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what were the 10 and 20 mark questions?
oh gosh - I can't actually remember, sorryit was 6 months ago...
Just checked to see if the 2016 past paper had been put up - haven't found anything though
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