A Level Religious Studies: Model Essays for Meta-Ethics: Emotivism

This resource includes two essays answering the same A-Level exam question on the topic of Meta-Ethics: Emotivism. The question is:
“Ethical statements are merely expressions of emotion.” Discuss

Both essays have been marked stringently and comments are written throughout. Overall comments and banding is awarded, with justification, and an overall grade.

The resource also includes the essays without comments, for students to mark on their own, before going over comments/grades. The essays can also be used as revision resources for students practising their own exam-style essays.

  • Grade A* and U essays
  • Mark scheme for both AS and A Level included for marking.
  • Download as both Word and PDF documents.
  • “To improve” exercises to help A Level practice

These essays are indented for the OCR AS/A Level specification, although it can be applied across specifications using alternative marking schemes.

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