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A BBC article about some recent research which suggests that young people’s famed multi-tasking abilities are a myth.

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Can you revise and use social media at the same time?

In the second of a series of posts focusing on application skills from an item, the secret examiner explores how students could utilise case studies that would help students improve...

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Application from an Item (2)

Recently, I posted about the importance of developing students skills in application for the exams. As highlighted by Tutor2U’s own analysis of the exam results, the main questions...

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Application from an Item (1)

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Education: Revision Guide for AQA A Level Sociology

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In the fourth of series of posts aimed at Year 2 A Level Sociology students, Ewan Somerville examines the importance of passion and resilience during your studies.

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Second Year A Level Sociology Students: Listen Up! (4)

In the third of a series of posts aimed at Year 2 Sociology students, recent A Level Sociology 'graduate' Ewan Somerville explores how to bring the subject alive to achieve the...

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Second Year A Level Sociology Students: Listen Up! (3)

This post is the second by the Secret Examiner looking at the exam skill of analysis. Here, they provide an example using the concept of 'labelling':

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Analysis (2)

Of the assessment objectives set out by AQA, the most frustrating one for examiners and teachers must be analysis. This is because good analysis can turn a decent answer into...

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Analysis (1)

In the second of a series of posts aimed at Year 2 Sociology students, recent A Level Sociology 'graduate' Ewan Somerville delves into the murky world of exam boards.

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Second Year Sociology Students: Listen Up! (2)

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Sociological Perspectives - Classroom Poster Collection

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In another exciting new development for the Sociology Daily Digest, we have a fresh set of articles aimed at students currently studying for A-Level Sociology, particularly those who have just...

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Second Year Sociology Students: Listen Up! (1)

In my previous post, I highlighted three areas where marked are gained for 'application' style exam questions. Let's look at each of these in turn:

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Application (2)

If you were to ask a room full of sociology teachers which skills their students least understand, the response would almost unanimously be ‘application’. Analysis of the most recent exams...

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Teaching Sociological Skills: Application (1)
11th September 2017

Coming Soon: The Secret Examiner

Want to find out what an examiner really thinks of the exams this summer? Perhaps you want to know how to nail those application questions? Or even how to master...

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Coming Soon: The Secret Examiner

In the previous post, there were some general tips for planning your revision for exams and how to deal with some of the anxiety associated with them. In this post,...

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Top Tips for Revision: Part Two

For many students preparing to take their A-Level Sociology exams (or any exams for that matter!) in a few months’ time, the prospect of revision may seem overwhelming.  Government reforms...

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Top Tips for Revision: Part One

Often the analysis requires comparisons of this year v last year, girls v boys, FSM v non- FSM, my centre v the rest of the country, my centre v similar...

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What You Can Learn from Your A Level Results

So the start of the new academic year is nearly upon us and young people up and down the country are about to embark on A level study. The first...

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5 Top Tips for New A Level Sociology Students

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