OCR A level Religious Studies: Philosophy of Religion Essays

This document provides a comprehensive amount of sample essays from year 1 OCR Philosophy of Religion:
This can be used for:

  1. An example of different ways of using evaluative language in essays
  2. How essays can be structured in a simple and complex approach within different topics.
  3. Looking at essays holistically
  4. How introductions set the scene of a high quality essay (not always the case, very short introductions work just as usefully)
  5. Put essay plans into the context of being written in exam conditions
  6. How many scholars can fit within an essay
  7. Synoptic links
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