When did the studies of religion syllabus change?
Studies of Religion I Stage 6 Syllabus (2009)
Is Religious Studies easy GCSE?
GCSE Religious Studies has a pass rate of 71.9% as of August 2018. This is a high pass rate for a GCSE, and there are a few reasons as to why it’s so high. The main reason GCSE Religious Studies is so easy is because it’s mainly opinion based.
Is Religious Studies A GCSE?
Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies takes a distinctive issues based approach to the study of religious, philosophical and ethical studies in the modern world. The course will also enable learners to gain knowledge and understanding of two religions.
What are the 5 sections of our religious depth studies?
NOTE: For the purposes of this syllabus the Religious Traditions are considered to be the five major religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.
What is the difference between studies of religion 1 and 2?
1 Unit and 2 Unit Studies of Religion have three common units. In addition, 2 Unit Studies of Religion has an extra three units. The exams are double the time length (1.5 hours and 3 hours). 2 Unit has all lessons within the normal school timetable while 1 Unit may have some classes before school.
Does studying Religion scale well?
Studies of Religion isn’t actually a ridiculously difficult course. It also scales pretty well. That’s a win in our books. Particularly if you are studying one unit Studies of Religion, it is easy to sweep the subject to the side and focus on the others.
What exam board is GCSE religious studies?
Pearson Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies A (2016)
How do you revise for religious studies?
Turn your knowledge in your Religious Studies workbook or revision guides into images or diagrams, which will help you picture and remember the information in a different format. A fun way to revise is to apply your knowledge to board games. Change the original cards to Religious Studies knowledge questions.
How long is the SOR 1 exam?
The exams are double the time length (1.5 hours and 3 hours). 2 Unit has all lessons within the normal school timetable while 1 Unit may have some classes before school. Both 2U and 1U SOR have 3 assessment tasks each year (i.e. The number of assessment tasks is the same regardless of whether a student does 1U or 2U).