Ocr Religious Studies A-Level preparation

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I am currently in year 12 studying Religious Studies A-Level and I can’t seem to find out what last year’s questions were on the exams or topics so that I can practice them but also so that I can try and predict what next year’s questions might be. If anyone knows what they are that would be great and also any predictions for next year?

As well as that what are some good revision techniques because I currently just take notes and hope that they stick in my brain. :/
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Can’t you ask your teacher for those questions? Some good revision techniques is really dependent on what type of learner you are (e.g. kinetic, visual and etc). Taking notes and not doing anything else is really horrible technique. You need to be doing something with those notes whether it’s turning them into flash cards or mind maps or something else as long as it’s something you can use to understand it better. Try different revision techniques until you find some ones that suits you. Good luck
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