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Hello! Can someone explain me about the components and stuff of Edexcel AS Level Politics?
My school offers CIE, and so I can't understand much about how Edexcel works and will be giving exam privately. So please help me. And any tips for preparation
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I’m studying myself too! Okay, let me break it down:

Component 1: UK Politics
Democracy/Participation, Parties, Electoral Systems, Voting Behaviour, Conservatism, Socialism and Liberalism.

Component 2: UK Government
Constitution, Parliament, PM and executive, relationships between the branches, alongside a non-core political idea, if you’re self studying you chose this (e.g. Nationalism).

Component 3: USA (can do Global, but I don’t)
Constitution/Federalism, Congress, Supreme Court alongside Civil Rights, Democracy/Participation and comparative theories.

I would wholly recommend purchasing the revision guide and workbook (I’ll link it), it’s great condensed notes with everything you need to know, the textbook is a little too dense, but also essential. Let me know if you need anymore help!
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(Original post by satsun)
I’m studying myself too! Okay, let me break it down:

Component 1: UK Politics
Democracy/Participation, Parties, Electoral Systems, Voting Behaviour, Conservatism, Socialism and Liberalism.

Component 2: UK Government
Constitution, Parliament, PM and executive, relationships between the branches, alongside a non-core political idea, if you’re self studying you chose this (e.g. Nationalism).

Component 3: USA (can do Global, but I don’t)
Constitution/Federalism, Congress, Supreme Court alongside Civil Rights, Democracy/Participation and comparative theories.

I would wholly recommend purchasing the revision guide and workbook (I’ll link it), it’s great condensed notes with everything you need to know, the textbook is a little too dense, but also essential. Let me know if you need anymore help!
Thanks. Can you please tell me about the book/revision guide?
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Heyy if you guys need essay plans or something drop me a PM I got an A for my exams in October after being predicted C
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(Original post by mcvinod22)
Heyy if you guys need essay plans or something drop me a PM I got an A for my exams in October after being predicted C
hey, please could you help me with the essay plans
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