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Study Politics is a platform for A-Level Politics students to unlock your A* potential. Our free Revision Tools are published on our TES page, and additional learning, revision and teaching resources are available at https://www.studypolitics.co.uk

Study Politics is a platform for A-Level Politics students to unlock your A* potential. Our free Revision Tools are published on our TES page, and additional learning, revision and teaching resources are available at https://www.studypolitics.co.uk
Edexcel A Level Politics Question Pack: 220+ questions for Paper 1, 2 and 3B
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Edexcel A Level Politics Question Pack: 220+ questions for Paper 1, 2 and 3B

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This huge pack of essay questions will give students an enormous volume of practice questions to practice their exam technique, along with allowing teachers to write a huge library of mock exam papers for their students. The pack is written for Edexcel A Level Politics 9PL0 It includes papers for: Paper 1 (UK Politics & Core Ideas) - including all three core ideologies Paper 2 (UK Government & Non-Core Ideas) - including all five non-core ideologies Paper 3B (Global Politics) - including comparative theories Includes 30 mark essays for all three papers, 24 mark essays for core and non-core ideologies, and 12 mark Analyse and Examine essays for Paper 3B. UPDATE 20 NOV 2020: We are currently working on some USA Politics questions, we will post an update when we finish them!
Edexcel A Level Politics Revision Checklist
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Edexcel A Level Politics Revision Checklist

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Make sure your students are as prepared as they can be and have notes for every topic with this revision checklist for Edexcel A Level Politics Spec 9PL0. Includes a checklist for complete notes and a confidence rating for each topic in the following papers: Paper 1: UK Politics & Core Political Ideas Paper 2: UK Government & Non-Core Political Ideas Paper 3A: Comparative Politics (USA) Paper 3B: Comparative Politics (Global)
AQA A Level Politics Revision Checklist
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AQA A Level Politics Revision Checklist

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Make sure your students are as prepared as they can be and have notes for every topic with this revision checklist for AQA A Level Politics (7152). Includes a checklist for complete notes and a confidence rating for each topic in the following papers: Paper 1: UK Government and Politics Paper 2: US Government and Politics & comparative politics Paper 3: Political Ideas This resource is perfect for students revising for summer and mock exams. Find the areas to focus on with Study Politics’ Revision Checklist!
Test Tracker for A Level Politics - Keep track of your progress!
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Test Tracker for A Level Politics - Keep track of your progress!

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Targeted revision is key, and finding where you’re falling behind in tests is crucial to getting better grades. Tracking your test results can help make your revision more efficient by focusing on topics you find more difficult. Our Test Tracker also include a list of common mistakes and how to fix them. They are not exam board specific, meaning you can use them for AQA, CCEA, Edexcel and WJEC specifications. Test Tracker is part of our Study Essentials range of free A Level Politics resources. Find more at www.studypolitics.co.uk/free-resources/study-essentials
Making Synoptic Links - Edexcel A-Level Politics
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Making Synoptic Links - Edexcel A-Level Politics

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This PowerPoint explains the requirements of the new AS and A-Level courses to make synoptic links between the papers. It covers the UK Government, Global and USA papers, and gives students opportunities to practice making synoptic links themselves.
Making Synoptic Links - AQA A Level Politics
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Making Synoptic Links - AQA A Level Politics

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Now for AQA specifications, this PowerPoint explains the requirements of the new AS and A Level courses to make synoptic links between the papers. It covers all three papers, giving examples of how and where to make and use synoptic links. There is also an opportunity for students to practice identifying and using synoptic links for themselves.