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The paper itself is way more essay heavy than the other boards- there's only 3 questions you answer, and they're all 40 marks(!) so you're time management is going to be really vital otherwise you'll miss out on many marks. In comparison, Edexcel has the marks much more spread out across the paper with 10, 12, 20 mark questions etc...
Also, even though the third paper 'development in x thought' can be a range of different religions, you'll essentially be locked into Christianity as that is the only one the exam board's textbook (and the one by Libby Ahluwalia) covers.
My school did OCR for A Level RS and I wouldn't recommend it if you have the choice for your exam board. The textbook for it is awful to be blunt.
I don't see how time management is any more of an issue for OCR than edexcel, just because edexcel has lower mark questions? How does that make a difference?
All exam boards are the same when it comes to studying only one religion, and they all have the same options so that's no difference?