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    I was wondering if anyone else here is studying A2 Citizenship? How are you revising and what are your predictions for the topics that may come up.
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    I feel like there's going to be more emphasis on the Crown Prosecution Services/ Magistrates Court and then for section B, I think there's going to be emphasis on the EU referendum and how much power politicians have.

    What do you think?
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    I feel like there's going to be more emphasis on the Crown Prosecution Services/ Magistrates Court and then for section B, I think there's going to be emphasis on the EU referendum and how much power politicians have.

    What do you think?
    Yes!

    I had the exact same thing in mind. It tends to be related to relevant things, and the EU referendum is a big deal. My teacher also suggested that accountability and the power of politicians may come up too.

    Il make sure to double revise CPS wasn't too sure about that.


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    (Original post by charisbee)
    I feel like there's going to be more emphasis on the Crown Prosecution Services/ Magistrates Court and then for section B, I think there's going to be emphasis on the EU referendum and how much power politicians have.

    What do you think?
    Oh one more thing!

    My teacher suggested that there would be a high chance that crime in relation to gender, age, social class and locality may appear!




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    Oh one more thing!

    My teacher suggested that there would be a high chance that crime in relation to gender, age, social class and locality may appear!




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    How people feeling for cist4?
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    I think there's going to be more focus on the European court of justice. I'm really not sure though!

    What case studies of human rights issues have people looked at?
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    (Original post by charisbee)
    I think there's going to be more focus on the European court of justice. I'm really not sure though!

    What case studies of human rights issues have people looked at?
    I looked at this 'Gay Cake Case' where an Irish bakery refused to bake a cake in support of gay marriage because it went against their catholic beliefs. 😩


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    (Original post by Yasdyxo)
    How people feeling for cist4?
    Revising like mad. 👌🏻

    I found CIT3 really good though! What about you?


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    Revising like mad. 👌🏻

    I found CIT3 really good though! What about you?


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    I knew an MP question would come up on the politics side and it was nice paired with how citizens voices can be heard.
    I hate the criminal stuff though

    Not sure i put in enough case studies, i always time myself badly on the citizenship papers... end up writing too much haha
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    (Original post by Yasdyxo)
    I knew an MP question would come up on the politics side and it was nice paired with how citizens voices can be heard.
    I hate the criminal stuff though

    Not sure i put in enough case studies, i always time myself badly on the citizenship papers... end up writing too much haha
    I actually did the questions relating to judge and jury's. I found them dead easy!! Not only did I read a law book on them, but I'd freshly revised the advantages and disadvantages.

    And then the advantages and disadvantages for EU was one I'd predicted and so did a lot of research on, I was able to even include quotes from David Cameron and many other notable people. The only question that stumped be a bit was Uk's influence on NATO, did my best but I'm still okay with losing marks there because I'm 99% sure I did really well on the first three Qs ... Hopefully!


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    Definitely think case studies need to be stepped up in CIT4! ☝🏼️

    I got so carried away with the first section of CIT3, by the time I got to question 4 I was quite pushed for time. 😖
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    Definitely think case studies need to be stepped up in CIT4! ☝🏼️

    I got so carried away with the first section of CIT3, by the time I got to question 4 I was quite pushed for time. 😖
    I actually did the 25 markers first!


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    Any last minute predictions for tomorrow? 😖😖
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    (Original post by charisbee)
    Any last minute predictions for tomorrow? 😖😖
    Iv heavily revised for human rights, how they're protected and how they've changed over time and how we can protect them. I pray that comes up. 😩

    I can't sleep and I have the worst headache. I need luck on my side tmrw! 😩😩


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