i havent finsihed my re philosophy course and my exam is in a week

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my re exams are one of my first ones (next week) and my teachers still has 2 huge topics of islam philosophy left to teach us. between now and my exam, i have one re lesson left and i have no access to any notes or revision help apart from the specification. i would appreciate if anyone who does islam philosophy can send me notes on peace and conflict and dialog. thank you.
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okay right like you need to go through the content and try to understand as much as you can
go over how to answer q's structure wise and past papers are going to save you legit
make sure you memorise some quotes so you can use them
if it's any consolation, I was in a similar position at GCSE like I did my work but left some parts out - I'm surprised I got an A in RE
but yeah for future start work early and good luck x
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okay right like you need to go through the content and try to understand as much as you can
go over how to answer q's structure wise and past papers are going to save you legit
make sure you memorise some quotes so you can use them
if it's any consolation, I was in a similar position at GCSE like I did my work but left some parts out - I'm surprised I got an A in RE
but yeah for future start work early and good luck x
thank you so much. i feel like i understand how to answer questions structure wise but my only problem is that i have so much to fit in one week as well as focuing on my other main subjects. also becuase the exams are new this year, i dont have much practice papers to go by.
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thank you so much. i feel like i understand how to answer questions structure wise but my only problem is that i have so much to fit in one week as well as focuing on my other main subjects. also becuase the exams are new this year, i dont have much practice papers to go by.
You're welcome hmm, trust getting the balance right is so hard. Have you made a revision timetable? Prioritise things that need the most attention, but don't neglect ur other subjects. Like you should be doing a Maths and Science paper every day or so and mark it
the spec will have changed slightly but make full use of all the old spec papers - there are loads
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You're welcome hmm, trust getting the balance right is so hard. Have you made a revision timetable? Prioritise things that need the most attention, but don't neglect ur other subjects. Like you should be doing a Maths and Science paper every day or so and mark it
the spec will have changed slightly but make full use of all the old spec papers - there are loads
i did have a revision timetable but i never use to follow it and i think they were just making me more stressed. but thank you for all your advice
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