OCR GCSE Religious Studies Paper 1 J625 14th May 2018 [Exam discussion]

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Any final predictions for the 2018 OCR Religious studies exam on Monday??
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what religions are you doing
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what religions are you doing
Christianity, Islam
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Christianity, Islam
what about philosiphy and ethics?
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How was it guys?
I think the e part questions were rather ambiguous, because i had to refer to "some muslims" "some Christians" a lot, and i couldn't fit in a whole load of quotes, but enough to say around 2-3 per question?

But overall fine.
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i failed so badly the questions are so annoying. 'It's impossible to forgive' what the hell
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I think I did good. I did Eduqas thank God. They asked rather easy questions, so I think overall I did pretty good, although I'm piss poor at time management so when the lady had said 5 minutes I had 2 more essay questions to do.
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Found the beliefs and teachings soo hard
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That test ****ed me up. I had Christianity an Islam and i revised the most for this test. I could not believe how hard it was it was painful. Some of my friends said it was so easy which worries me what are any of your ops on it.
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On the Christianity paper the first 15 mark question made no sense. We hadn’t learnt about the Sermon on the Mount and it was out of the blue. I spoke to my teacher after and explained what I said, seemed to have done fine otherwise (I did Judaism instead of Islam)
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How was it guys?
I think the e part questions were rather ambiguous, because i had to refer to "some muslims" "some Christians" a lot, and i couldn't fit in a whole load of quotes, but enough to say around 2-3 per question?

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i agree so much!! like i said a lot of "some christians" and "some muslims" too haha but yeh i didnt use a lot of quotes either haha
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On the Christianity paper the first 15 mark question made no sense. We hadn’t learnt about the Sermon on the Mount and it was out of the blue. I spoke to my teacher after and explained what I said, seemed to have done fine otherwise (I did Judaism instead of Islam)
yeh thank god my friend told me about it on friday so i could revise it!! like she told me to revise sermon on the mount for the "refer to wisdom and authority" part and it came up!! )
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no one i spoke to after knew what the sermon on the mount was so...
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I found the Islam section really hard!I thought the questions needed very specific knowledge which I wasn't expecting. I completely messed up the e question on Ramadam - I didn't know what Eid al Fitr celebrated
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Guys what did you talk about for the Divine Justice 6 marker for Islam?
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Guys what did you talk about for the Divine Justice 6 marker for Islam?
I wrote about how Shia muslims believe Allah gives us free will to judge us and how they don't believe in pre destination but Sunni muslims do
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Guys what did you talk about for the Divine Justice 6 marker for Islam?

so basically that is about the framework of right and wrong which allah uses. Its about allah being a just god and that when we die we are judged according tio this framework . Sunni muslims disagree with this because they think allah planned everything out for us and i dont know why im still typing i dont want to relive those dark memories again lol sorry
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i agree so much!! like i said a lot of "some christians" and "some muslims" too haha but yeh i didnt use a lot of quotes either haha
Thank God! Not the only one then
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