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My Revision Notes: OCR A2 Religious Studies: Relig&hellip by Jill Oliphant
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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful, 11 Jun 2013
Jill Olliphant is the head examiner of this subject for OCR, so her notes are likely going to be related to the mark scheme and what the exam expects. The larger textbook however obviously covers a lot more, and this brings in other topics and subjects. I would suggest googling 'Jake Does Revision' as his blog holds a lot of notes about both the Ethics and Philosophy of Religion sections. I find that if you haven't looked at the textbook for a while, this may hold some completely new things which distract you from basic concepts so this is best used in conjunction with notes from a larger textbook.
Indra Medium Embossed Leather Journal with clasp 1&hellip by Paper High
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3.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful but..., 11 Jun 2013
The pictures of this product really don't do it justice, it is really beautiful in real life. You can tell that it's been worked on and is made well. However, the pages are not particularly easy to write on for 2 reasons 1- the way it has been made forces your hand at an awkward angle and the covers are stiff, the pages are in little sections within the book which can ruin it aesthetically. 2- If you use a fountain pen, the ink bleeds. A lot. Any other somewhat inky pen is okay and doesn't bleed too badly, but if you write with a fountain pen on it it is almost indistinguishable. If you don't plan on writing too much in it or using a ball point pen or one of those uni-ball ink pens then… Read more