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AQA A Level Politics Paper 2 (7152/2) - 5th June 2024 [Exam Chat]

AQA A Level Politics Paper 2 (7152/2) - 5th June 2024

Welcome to the TSR discussion for AQA Politics Paper 2!
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 2 - Government and Politics of the USA and Comparative Politics
Date: 5th June 2024, PM
Duration: 2 hours

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(edited 2 months ago)
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any predictions?
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does anyone know what topics were examined on the 2023 paper
Original post by llxz
does anyone know what topics were examined on the 2023 paper

9-MARKERS:
nominating conventions
republican party factions
structural theory about congress/parliament legislative process
EXTRACT:
Constitution
ESSAYS:
UK and US Supreme Court
UK and US third parties
Predictions : you can’t really guess the 9 markers but for the 3rd question it could be cultural/rational
Extract : how effective is Congress, direct democracy, (initatives),primary and caucuses, political parties (could be linked with congress), pressure groups(are they good for democracy)
Essays : party unity, party policies, “The constitutional power of the Prime Minister exceeds the power of the President” , representative democracy? my teacher said they can’t ask you to compare elections or party funding
Original post by meowmeowkatmeow
any predictions?

I reckon the comparative 9 marker will be cultural because I don't think that has come up for a while. I hope the essays are on the executive or pressure groups but who knows!
(edited 15:18)
Original post by Batek
I reckon the comparative 9 marker will be cultural because I don't think that has come up for a while. I hope the essays are on the executive or pressure groups but who knows!

so something like ways in which cultural theory could be used to study protection of civil liberties..?

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