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AQA A Level Politics Paper 1 (7152/1) - 21st May 2024

Welcome to the TSR discussion for AQA Politics Paper 1!
Introduce yourself, share your favourite or least favourite topic/s, how you're feeling about the exam and your best revision tips :smile:
Exam: AQA Politics Paper 1 - Government and Politics of the UK
Date: 21st May 2024 PM
Duration: 2 hours

Best of luck - we've got this! :biggrin:



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Reply 2
Original post by erin11
AQA A Level Politics Paper 1 (7152/1) - 21st May 2024
Welcome to the TSR discussion for AQA Politics Paper 1!
Introduce yourself, share your favourite or least favourite topic/s, how you're feeling about the exam and your best revision tips :smile:
Exam: AQA Politics Paper 1 - Government and Politics of the UK
Date: 21st May 2024 PM
Duration: 2 hours
Best of luck - we've got this! :biggrin:
@Pwca
What do you think the 25markers are going to be on? I reckon something on political parties or a specific election?
Original post by nizbiz
What do you think the 25markers are going to be on? I reckon something on political parties or a specific election?

I think 2023 was participation crisis and judiciary so probs not that.
I agree that it could have something on elections seeing as this year is a big election year.
My teacher was also saying that they might choose to be evil and do EU for an essay as no one would expect it and its never been a proper essay question
Reply 4
Any more predictions besides elections or EU?
Odds on Parliament or Constitution being a 25m? Have they come up recently? Would be a dream lol
Original post by LucaWoodruff
Odds on Parliament or Constitution being a 25m? Have they come up recently? Would be a dream lol

neither were a 25 marker essay/extract in 2023, constitution was the extract in 2022 though
Reply 7
Original post by nizbiz
What do you think the 25markers are going to be on? I reckon something on political parties or a specific election?

Maybe pressure groups since I don't think they have ever been on a 25 marker
Original post by Batek
Maybe pressure groups since I don't think they have ever been on a 25 marker

I don't know if they would ask directly on it though. Maybe something to do with different forms of participation like a statement.
Reply 9
does anyone know what the topics were for the extract and 25ms last year?
extract was select committees, essays were participation crisis and cabinet ministers
Reply 11
2024
9 MARKER- JUDICIARY
9 MARKER- ELECTIONS AND REFERNDUMS
9 MARKER- DEVOLUITION
EXTRACT- POLITICAL PARTIES
ESSAYS - PRESSURE GROUPS/ CONSTITUION

These are my predictions
Original post by abrax1
2024
9 MARKER- JUDICIARY
9 MARKER- ELECTIONS AND REFERNDUMS
9 MARKER- DEVOLUITION
EXTRACT- POLITICAL PARTIES
ESSAYS - PRESSURE GROUPS/ CONSTITUION
These are my predictions
ngl i feel like they'll add in an eu question just because, for the 25 marker at least
Reply 13
Original post by erin11
AQA A Level Politics Paper 1 (7152/1) - 21st May 2024
Welcome to the TSR discussion for AQA Politics Paper 1!
Introduce yourself, share your favourite or least favourite topic/s, how you're feeling about the exam and your best revision tips :smile:
Exam: AQA Politics Paper 1 - Government and Politics of the UK
Date: 21st May 2024 PM
Duration: 2 hours
Best of luck - we've got this! :biggrin:
@Pwca

Does anyone know what questions came up in the 2023 paper? Thanks.
Original post by WXXY10
Does anyone know what questions came up in the 2023 paper? Thanks.

9 markers - pressure groups methods, how are rights protected, impact of elections on types of government formed
extract - role/influence select committees
essays - UK is experiencing a participation crisis, cabinet ministers are important as heads of department but whole cabinet no longer important for decision making
Hi Everyone! Good luck with your A level Politics Exams. I sat them 2 years ago now and remember how scary it could be! You've got this 🙂 if you need any help or advice I am happy to answer any questions you may have!
Original post by abrax1
2024 9 MARKER- JUDICIARY9 MARKER- ELECTIONS AND REFERNDUMS9 MARKER- DEVOLUITIONEXTRACT- POLITICAL PARTIESESSAYS - PRESSURE GROUPS/ CONSTITUION These are my predictions
what is this based on? :smile:
Original post by abrax1
2024
9 MARKER- JUDICIARY
9 MARKER- ELECTIONS AND REFERNDUMS
9 MARKER- DEVOLUITION
EXTRACT- POLITICAL PARTIES
ESSAYS - PRESSURE GROUPS/ CONSTITUION
These are my predictions

why not parliament ? it has been asked on every paper since 2019
Original post by abrax1
2024 9 MARKER- JUDICIARY9 MARKER- ELECTIONS AND REFERNDUMS9 MARKER- DEVOLUITIONEXTRACT- POLITICAL PARTIESESSAYS - PRESSURE GROUPS/ CONSTITUION These are my predictions
what is this based on? :smile:
Original post by larasanders
I don't know if they would ask directly on it though. Maybe something to do with different forms of participation like a statement.

they deffo could - a 25 marker on whether they're good for democracy or not

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