The Big Bang: What was it? When was it? Why do so many of us believe in it?
You need to answer this as if it was an 6 mark question and be confident that you are going to get full marks. Expect to talk about Hydrogen atoms, gravity, cooling and gases. Obviously you need to give more information than this poster.
Hiyaaa and good luck for tomorrow’s exam. I’m sure you’re all going to do wonderfully. I was just doing a final check through the SQA arrangement documents (click for link) and I’ve included the bits you need to know here. You should find this list of outcomes pretty reassuring as we have covered far more than the minimum necessary.
And on Philosophy of Religion:
In terms of advice, read your booklet (available here), answer the question, stick to your timings and (almost) always give both sides in Analysis and Evaluation type questions…
And as always:
Explain why you think what you think.
Get a good sleep tonight and Good Luck! – I’ll see you outside tomorrow.
For all those who are revising Science & Rel. for INT2 and Higher RMPS next year and are getting a bit bored of writing and questions, why not go on to this website and listen to some of the viewpoints you have studied being voiced by the various proponants themselves: www.counterbalance.org