Preparing for Common Entrance Religious Studies by Michael Wilcockson
  

Synopsis

Preparing for Common Entrance Religious Studies by Michael Wilcockson

The new edition of Preparing for Common Entrance Religious Studies has been fully updated in line with the revised ISEB syllabus and is ideal for any student approaching either Syllabus A or Syllabus B of their Religious Studies Common Entrance exam. The guide features plenty of examples of actual examination answers with commentary and analysis about areas for improvement. There is also information on coursework and suggestions for further reading.

Reviews

As an insider's guide for teachers, parents and students aiming for the goal of success in Common Entrance and Scholarship examinations with practical advice, tips for revision, and guidance on how the exams are marked, this really is an invaluable tool. The worked examples at different levels reassure pupils of the expected standards. Written by the chief setter, it is a truly authoritative guide - candidates can approach the exams in the knowledge that they have had 'tips from the top'! Oliver Bulloch, Beechwood Park School

About the Author

About the Author: Michael Wilcockson is Head of Divinity at Eton College and is the ISEB Chief Setter for Religious Studies. He is also the author of the Religious Studies ISEB Revision Guide About ISEB The Independent Schools Examination Board (ISEB) offers examinations for pupils transferring from junior to independent senior schools at the ages of 11+ and 13+. The syllabuses are devised and regularly monitered by ISEB, which is composed of representitives from the Headmasters' and Headmistress' Conference, the Girls' Schools Association and the Incorporated Association of Preparatory Schools.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Michael Wilcockson
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Publisher

ISEB Publications an imprint of Galore Park Publishing Ltd

Publication date

26th November 2007

ISBN

9780903627603


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