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I have totally not stolen this idea from the wonderful Puddles the Monkey. :mmm:

However, it would be lovely to create a general discussion and chat thread for politics students (and people in general just interested in politics) at all levels. So, please, come in! I think this thread would be useful to find people who do the same exam board as you, in order to exchange study tips etc.

Icebreaker time:

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I will start off! :woo:

Level: Undergrad
Subject study: Single Hons Politics
Favourite period of politics: I am interested mostly in Irish politics, but also the Blairite years, and the LibDem-Con coalition.
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does anyone know what did come up in 2016 for AQA A2 politics please
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hello; was wondering if you could help me with current affairs application
for AS i am doing the consitution and PM
for 3A USA - political parties and voting behaviour
for 4A USA- president and the consitution

please could someone provide me with relevant current affairs that i could learn and apply to these topics, i would be very greatful
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http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/gover...d-mark-schemes
it should be here
(Original post by sally markhi)
does anyone know what did come up in 2016 for AQA A2 politics please
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Hi,

do you know any good resources that I could you for revision or for when I'm writing my revision notes?
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Level: A-Level
Subject Studying: Politics of the UK and Government of the UK
Favourite period of politics: Learning about the different forms of political participation
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Level: A2
Subject: Government and Politics of the USA
Favourite period: None. I'm all for the government side and all against for the politics, but I guess electoral systems and direct democracy of the USA is okay.
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hi, I want your help pls someone help me, I want to ask if I can change my school that I am now this year I finish year 10 and I want to the application for college. And if you help with some paper past for year 10 exam PPE
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How did I not find this sooner?! :zomg:

Level: Undergraduate
Subjects studying: International Relations (it counts as politics, right? :puppyeyes:)
Favourite period of politics: I do not have any favourite 'periods' of politics. I have favourite areas of it, though! I am especially interested in international security, diplomacy, military, political, and security strategy, war, and conflict resolution, settlement, prevention, and mediation.
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(Original post by Michiyo)
How did I not find this sooner?!
(Original post by Michiyo)
:zomg:

Level: Undergraduate
Subjects studying: International Relations (it counts as politics, right? :puppyeyes:)
Favourite period of politics: I do not have any favourite 'periods' of politics. I have favourite areas of it, though! I am especially interested in international security, diplomacy, military, political, and security strategy, war, and conflict resolution, settlement, prevention, and mediation.
Its two years old!!!
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(Original post by Michiyo)
How did I not find this sooner?! :zomg:

Level: Undergraduate
Subjects studying: International Relations (it counts as politics, right? :puppyeyes:)
Favourite period of politics: I do not have any favourite 'periods' of politics. I have favourite areas of it, though! I am especially interested in international security, diplomacy, military, political, and security strategy, war, and conflict resolution, settlement, prevention, and mediation.
Because no one cares about politics enough :cry2:
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Level: Casual
Subjects studying: Not Politics related
Favourite period of politics: 1900s, Modern

Want to learn more about economics, feminism, marxism, and some psychology/sociology sides
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(Original post by Jack22031994)
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Its two years old!!!
My point exactly! :ashamed2:

(Original post by Airmed)
Because no one cares about politics enough :cry2:
IKR :cry2: I did not know this sub-forum existed until today :ashamed:

It is okay, we care about it and that is enough :console:
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I never knew this existed omg!
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Level: A-Levels
Subject Studying: UK Government of the UK and Politics of the UK (Paper 1), Comparative politics between US and UK (Paper 2) and Political Ideologies
Favourite period of politics: The different forms of participation and how several factors (eg. Class, Age) can have serious ramifications on the way an individual would vote in a general election
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"Citizens rights are better protected by the judiciary in the USA than in the UK". Analyse and evaluate this statement (25 Marks)

Can someone help me with this?
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Level: AS
Subject: Edexcel Politics (Government and Politics)
Favourite Period: the 2010-15 coalition. Those were bad times, but nicer times.
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Level: N/A as of now, will be studying AS Level next year
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Favourite period of politics: As a few have said, the 2010-2015 Conservative-Liberal Democrats coalition. The fact that it was the first coalition government in a while, and how Nick Clegg's political career plummeted due to the whole tuition fee situation is really interesting
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