This includes structures i.e. IDEA formula for topics such as intoxication, murder, theft & robbery, self-defence, loss of control, diminished responsibility, unlawful act manslaughter and gross negligence manslaughter. Targeted towards the longer marked questions such as the 10/30 markers where these topics may be included in the scenario.
Strengths and weaknesses of SOCIAL, COGNITIVE, DEVELOPMENTAL, BIOLOGICAL AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES areas with examples for each point made.
Helpful when planning longer marked answers.
Used various sources such as text books and online to compile this together.
These are test your understanding and knowledge questions based on the A-Level AQA Law specification and the textbook written by Jacqueline Martin. It covers the entire year 2 crime section and it aims to test students knowledge of the content. It covers murder, specific defences, involuntary manslaughter, capacity and necessity defences, attempt and theft and robbery.
These questions aim to test a students knowledge of the content and covers the entire topic of contract. It is aimed for AQA A-level students but if an exam board is similar then these will be just as useful.
These slides contain a summary of the entire chapter from the new specification for AQA LAW from 2017. It summarises and condenses key information into one place and is a useful revision resource. That has helped not only me but fellow students revise from.
Discuss the extent to which psychology can be considered as a science. Use relevant core studies to support your answer.
Discuss the nurture/nature debate in psychology. Use relevant core studies to support your answer.
INTRO TO CRIMINAL LAW REVISION SLIDES COVERING MURDER/OAPA/LOSS OF CONTROL/DIMINISHED RESPONSIBILITY/GROSS NEGLIGENCE MANSLAUGHTER/UNLAWFUL ACT MANSLAUGHTER/ SELF-DEFENCE/NECESSITY/INTOXICATION/MISTAKE/DURESS/ACTUS REUS/MENS REA
INTRO TO CONTRACT LAW REVISION SLIDES COVERING OFFER/ITT/ACCEPTANCE/TERMINATION/CONSIDERATION/ITCLR/PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL/DURESS/TRESPASS TO THE PERSON - ASSAULT/BATTERY/FALSE IMPRISONMENT/ HARASSMENT/INVASION OF PRIVACY/WILKINSON V DOWNTON/DEFENCES