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I offer revision resources and exam tips for A Level Sociology, English Literature and Business Studies.

I offer revision resources and exam tips for A Level Sociology, English Literature and Business Studies.
A Level Sociology - Education (with Methods in Context) - Sociologists and Studies List
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A Level Sociology - Education (with Methods in Context) - Sociologists and Studies List

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This is a full comprehensive list of sociologists or sociological opinions and studies surrounding the ‘Education’ topic that is typically studied in AS or year 1 of A Level Sociology. There are 300+ studies and sociologists present in this list, form various sources. These are a part of A01 - Knowledge and Understanding. Knowing a lot of sociologists and studies is very impressive and demonstrates your attention to other works. This List was compiled during my studies, so they are quite abbreviated and not too lengthy but great for quick recall. I submitted this list to my sociology tutors for their opinions, to which I received great feedback that it is an effective tool to use on hand to learn and memorise studies and sociologists, as a sociology student. Study tips: This list can be converted into a Quizlet set or flashcards, as these are very efficient methods of memorisation. The method of Loci or the ‘memory palace’ or ‘mind palace’ is a great memory technique that can be used in conjunction with this list, for visual learners through written format or visual cognitive format. Often times, to get the mark, just referring to the appropriate name that relates to a topic or the point that you are making, is enough. For example, when talking about gender differences in education and the educational achievements in girls recently, ‘Sharpe and her study of females priorities over-time has supported this claim…’ can be used that which will grant a mark.
A Level Sociology - Families and Households - Sociologists and Studies List
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A Level Sociology - Families and Households - Sociologists and Studies List

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This is a comprehensive list of sociological opinions, sociologists and studies regarding the ‘Families and Household’ unit topic that is typically studied in AS or Year 1 of A Level Sociology. There are 200+ sociologists and studies on this list that have been pulled from various sources. These are a part of A01 - Knowledge and Understanding, which will also aid in A03 which is evaluation and analysis. It is also extremely impressive to be constantly topped up with studies and sociologists as a Sociologist student. This List was compiled during my studies, so they are quite abbreviated and not too lengthy but great for quick recall. I submitted this list to my sociology tutors for their opinions, to which I received great feedback that it is an effective tool to use on hand to learn and memorise studies and sociologists, as a sociology student. Student Tips: This list can be converted into a Quizlet set or flashcards, as these are very efficient methods of memorisation. The method of Loci or the ‘memory palace’ or ‘mind palace’ is a great memory technique that can be used in conjunction with this list, for visual learners through written format or visual cognitive format. Often times, to get the mark, just referring to the appropriate name that relates to a topic or the point that you are making, is enough. For example, When talking about divisions of labour, 'Anne Oakley and her study of Housework concluded that women… or Kan et al supports that notion by suggesting that men are increasingly contributing to household duties…'can be used that which will grant a mark. This is a supplementary skill that will score you high marks, especially on essay responses.
Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research.  (20m)
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Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research. (20m)

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Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research. (20 Marks) This is a top band essay response to the problems with secondary data usage in sociological research. The exact raw mark out of 20 is unknown, as it was grade marked with an A according to the A Level Sociology mark scheme. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE, as copied material can be tracked down and you can be penalised. This resource is solely for guidance and the structure of a good essay response to such a question. You may take A01 knowledge and A03 evaluation from this resource, but do not copy and paste. If you found this useful, please comment and rate!
Othello by William Shakespeare - Critics Quotes
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Othello by William Shakespeare - Critics Quotes

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A list of Critics quotes for Othello by William Shakespeare. These can be used for A Level English Literature students studying Othello as a part of their curriculum, to use as A05 and even A03, A04, A02 and A01. These are fantastic to memorise and use to supplement your argument and enhance the eloquance of your portrayal in essay responses.
Act 4, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 4, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 4, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Explore how F.Scott Fitzgerald uses the characterisation of Jay Gatsby
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Explore how F.Scott Fitzgerald uses the characterisation of Jay Gatsby

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A Level English Literature - The Great Gatsby **Explore how F.Scott Fitzgerald uses the characterisation of Jay Gatsby in the extract, to represent his ideas and themes concerning his view of 1920’s America. Remember to include in you answer relevant detailed analysis of the ways that Fitzgerald shapes meaning. ** Please DO NOT plagiarise as the is an actual piece of submitted work, this is only for the purpose of guidance. Grade: A
What are your first impressions of Iago
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What are your first impressions of Iago

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A Level English Literature - Othello by Shakespeare What are your first impressions of Iago? Write an essay exploring how he is represented in the play so far, masking sure you discuss his speech (Act 1, Scene 1: 41-66) in detail. Please DO NOT plagiarise as this is an actual piece of submitted work, this is only for the purpose of guidance.
A Level Sociology - Marxists List - Marxist theorists and studies
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A Level Sociology - Marxists List - Marxist theorists and studies

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A LEVEL SOCIOLOGY MARXISTS LIST This is a comprehensive list for A Level Sociology, of key Marxist thinkers, Marxist theorists and Marxist studies in regards to Marxism as a theory. This resource is coordinated into a list format under headings of the topics mentioned below, and are abbreviated down as much as possible to give the key points. This resource is in a word document that can be printed. It covers some of the topics that are present in the A Level Sociology specification: General Families and Households Education Crime and Deviance Beliefs in Society This list works for all exam boards. This list was curated over the period of my own A Level experience, so I found it incredibly useful in writing top band answers; demonstrating vast amounts of knowledge. If you found this useful, PLEASE take the time to rate and comment!
'Examine the advantages & disadvantage of official stats as a source of data for the Sociologist'
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'Examine the advantages & disadvantage of official stats as a source of data for the Sociologist'

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This is an 20/20 essay answer to: ‘Examine the advantages and disadvantage of official statistics as a source of data for the sociologist’. DO NOT PLAGARISE (this is an actual piece of student work), through copy and pasting, neither through typing out word to word when seen, as this can be tracked down by the marker or examiner, and you will be disqualified. However, it is to take ideas and structure from, as many sociology students struggle to effectively use studies and sociologists in their evaluations.