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question for anyone who has studied edexcel as politics last year - would you recommend studying the entire syllabus or just 2 topics from each unit, e.g. for unit 1, only pressure groups and democracy? thanks a bunch!
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I am studying it this year and personally I would suggest studying 3 topics from each unit. E.g. for unit 1: Democracy, Political Parties and Elections. In this way you are fully covered. So if you feel most comfortable in Democracy and Elections, but in the exam you don't like the question for Elections, you have the opportunity to do Political Parties instead.
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(Original post by Notfromdorset)
I am studying it this year and personally I would suggest studying 3 topics from each unit. E.g. for unit 1: Democracy, Political Parties and Elections. In this way you are fully covered. So if you feel most comfortable in Democracy and Elections, but in the exam you don't like the question for Elections, you have the opportunity to do Political Parties instead.
No for unit 2 you have to revise 2 units or 4. There is no point in 3. That is because in unit 2 Judiciary and Consitution and Parliament and PM and Cab will always be grouped in two's. If you do 3 the 3rd is wasted time.
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