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I have my mocks tomorrow for religious studies. What tips do you guys have for me? And do you have any quotes I could use for Christianity and Islam?
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GCSE or A-Level? I do Islam A-Level so I can give a few quotes but I don't know if any will be relevant to you

"Islam does not advocate a specific form of Government" Raziq
"Ali Stayed in Muhammad's care and became inseparable, taking on the character of Muhammad" Sunna
"Uncompromising monotheism" Turner
"The defining Doctrine of Islam" Esposito
"Allah is he on whom all depend" Surah 112

If you need any more I have a document of scholars, quotes and their meanings I can email to you?

Tips would be to understand the arguments then learn a few quotes that can be applied to different situations. Prepare some practice questions then read your notes. Then do a mind map of everything that you remember/ just learnt before planning answers or actually answering the questions.
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It's GCSE mocks.
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GCSE or A-Level? I do Islam A-Level so I can give a few quotes but I don't know if any will be relevant to you

"Islam does not advocate a specific form of Government" Raziq
"Ali Stayed in Muhammad's care and became inseparable, taking on the character of Muhammad" Sunna
"Uncompromising monotheism" Turner
"The defining Doctrine of Islam" Esposito
"Allah is he on whom all depend" Surah 112

If you need any more I have a document of scholars, quotes and their meanings I can email to you?

Tips would be to understand the arguments then learn a few quotes that can be applied to different situations. Prepare some practice questions then read your notes. Then do a mind map of everything that you remember/ just learnt before planning answers or actually answering the questions.
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