Official Predictions Thread | Unit 4C | Edexcel Politics A Level | 14 June 2018 Watch
List below with possible questions and we shall discuss this throughout the day.
Good luck for your exams tomorrow.
...However, the past papers seem to suggest there's a curve ball question every year (eg. questions on Cheney and Biden, power of the cabinet, and Bush's use of vetos) or so, so maybe EXOP or New Federalism or the Affordable Care Act etc? I think it's just important to remember that if you have the basic fundamentals for understanding the processes and context of each topic then you should be able to wing it without having the specific details, for example getting some further information about the changing relationship between the federal and state governments (Past papers on the Edexcel site are useful but I prefer the mark schemes - these are documents that explain what the best answers would be for all the past questions - here's 2017 - and gives you an insight to what they like to see)