Edexcel AS Gov & Pol Constitution predictions

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Predictions of 25 markers for the Constitution unit?
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That's almost impossible to do. The last three times they've done constitution as 5/10/25 markers there's been no pattern in the 25 markers, that's June 2013/14/15. The past two constitution 40 markers have been on reforms, so perhaps that will mean the next 25 marker isn't? I doubt it'll be as specific as the one in 2015 on parliamentary sovereignty, so perhaps a more generalised one on strengths/weaknesses? The last question like that was June 2013.
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That's almost impossible to do. The last three times they've done constitution as 5/10/25 markers there's been no pattern in the 25 markers, that's June 2013/14/15. The past two constitution 40 markers have been on reforms, so perhaps that will mean the next 25 marker isn't? I doubt it'll be as specific as the one in 2015 on parliamentary sovereignty, so perhaps a more generalised one on strengths/weaknesses? The last question like that was June 2013.
Told you could predict from recent political events.
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For constitution I still think that's nearly impossible. In the last three exams that constitution was a 5/10/25, the questions have twice been generalised: June 2013 was ''assess the strengths and weaknesses of the constitution'', 2014 was ''assess reforms since 1997''. Because this is the last year that this exam is running (I think?) they will be more likely to re-ask something than come up with something new entirely. The Unit 1 elections and PG 25 questions were both variants on previously asked questions.

There are only so many things they could ask, but with the questions over Brexit I suppose it could be something on future reforms or sovereignty. Again, they have asked both these types of questions before, so you're better off just drilling past papers than predicting future questions.
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What ended up being on the exam?
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You know what, I can't even remember. I think I did a 25 on PM and Cabinet and a 40 on Parliament? They were both variations on past questions anyway, I think Parliament was directly lifted from a couple of years ago.
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