Which units should I choose to revise for A2 Philosophy?

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1998Shannon
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To those whom are studying A Level Religious Studies (Philosophy and Ethics). I have learnt three units this year (Problem of evil, soul, body and personal identity, and the ontological argument).

I have already chosen to study the ontological argument as according to my check lists this is the unit with the less content required. However, both the problem of evil and soul, body and personal identity appear to be lengthy and I simply am unsure which to revise. Can anyone suggest which one, I honestly do not mind, like its not the difficulty of the content.
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What exam board is your course under? Out of the two, I would pick the problem of evil.
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