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Is anyone doing AS government and politics? How do you guys revise? Edexcel students?
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Hi i am also interested in learning how I could revise more effectively for politics as Im not sure what method is the best
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So firstly i'm going to link a government and politics exam buster filled with all sort of questions from unit 1-2. I'm doing government and politics a level and got a C last year, what i did was, make flash card on unit 1's, pressure groups and democracy segments. Then i made flash cards on unit 2's, judiciary, cabinet and parliament. I made flash cards and got my knowledge mostly from the linked exam buster. Then i did past papers and felt ready. The reason i only got a C was because i hadn't mastered time keeping skills and didn't finish unit 1's exam despite me having the knowledge to finish the questions. I would say download this government and politics exam buster linked and revise from it then, do past papers and continuously get feedback from your tutors.
https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/..._plus_detailed
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