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OCR Modern World GCSE - Paper 2

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#1 Neil Owen

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 10:42 AM


It's that time of year again when attention is drawn to revision!

Clearly we revise all three of the themes for paper 2 (Women, Home Front and Liberal Reforms). However, in the past, OCR appears to operate on a definite pattern as to the theme in which the sources are based on.

Does anyone know what the theme of the exam was in January 2012, or better still have a copy of the said paper?

Many thanks

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Posted 01 March 2012 - 12:58 PM

It was women and the vote - The last question along the lines of 'Women wanted the vote for better working and living conditions.'

The first question was a 'how useful' question looking at the source 'what a women can be and still not get the vote.'

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