AQA Government and Politics A-Level HELP

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So I'm studying the above topic completely independently and wasn't too sure how to prepare for the exam/how it's being taught in class...
So for the Unit 1 Topics, for example:
Topic 1: Participation and voting behaviour
Topic 2: Electoral systems
Topic 3: Political parties
Topic 4: Pressure groups and protest movements

Would you study all 4 topics and then pick 2 on the exam, or focus on studying 2 topics and choose those for the exam??

Sorry if it's a silly question, but would really appreciate some clarification

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(Original post by calderar)
So I'm studying the above topic completely independently and wasn't too sure how to prepare for the exam/how it's being taught in class...
So for the Unit 1 Topics, for example:
Topic 1: Participation and voting behaviour
Topic 2: Electoral systems
Topic 3: Political parties
Topic 4: Pressure groups and protest movements

Would you study all 4 topics and then pick 2 on the exam, or focus on studying 2 topics and choose those for the exam??

Sorry if it's a silly question, but would really appreciate some clarification

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I've learnt all 4. A lot of people just pick 3 though.
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(Original post by calderar)
So I'm studying the above topic completely independently and wasn't too sure how to prepare for the exam/how it's being taught in class...
So for the Unit 1 Topics, for example:
Topic 1: Participation and voting behaviour
Topic 2: Electoral systems
Topic 3: Political parties
Topic 4: Pressure groups and protest movements

Would you study all 4 topics and then pick 2 on the exam, or focus on studying 2 topics and choose those for the exam??

Sorry if it's a silly question, but would really appreciate some clarification

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Hi if you want you can dm me your number i can add you on the Politics whatsapp group where we help eachother and send useful materials to eachother
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So I'm studying the above topic completely independently and wasn't too sure how to prepare for the exam/how it's being taught in class...
So for the Unit 1 Topics, for example:
Topic 1: Participation and voting behaviour
Topic 2: Electoral systems
Topic 3: Political parties
Topic 4: Pressure groups and protest movements

Would you study all 4 topics and then pick 2 on the exam, or focus on studying 2 topics and choose those for the exam??

Sorry if it's a silly question, but would really appreciate some clarification

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I done this exam last year. For the exam, you need to pick 2 topics to answer questions on. I chose to revise the three which I was best at and let me free up my time as opposed to studying 4.

I went into the exam with knowledge of three and if there was a bad question on one of them, I could switch to the other. I'd say this is the safest way of doing it as you've got a backup topic ready.
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Hi if you want you can dm me your number i can add you on the Politics whatsapp group where we help eachother and send useful materials to eachother
if this group is still alive please add me
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