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U212/SEP Specimen Examination Paper with Notes CHILDHOOD Time allowed: 3 hours This paper is divided into FOUR sections. You should answer three questions in total, each one from a different section. All questions carry the same number of marks. Spend about one hour on each question. At the end of the examination Check that you have written your personal identifier and examination number on each answer book used. Failure to do so will mean that your work cannot be identified. Put all your used answer books and your question paper together, with your signed desk record on top. Fix them all together with the paper fastener provided. Copyright © 2007 The Open University Printed in the United Kingdom SUP 00107 5 2.1…show more content…
The Specimen Examination Paper is set out in exactly the same way as the actual examination paper will be, with the same sections, each containing three choices. As set out on page 3, in the actual exam we will include a list of titles of the chapters and the audio-visual bands. We hope that these will be useful memory aids, if required. These notes do not advise you on how to go about your revision of the course. This is something that your tutor will help you with. However, the structure and requirements of the paper may help to inform what you do and what you concentrate on. The end-of-course examination is part of the assessment of U212 and contributes to 50 per cent of your overall course score. The paper is divided into four sections which relate to the four blocks of the course. Each section contains three questions, each addressing a significant body of material. Some questions can be answered by drawing mostly on a single unit of work within the block and others invite you to range more widely over the block. For a number of the questions there is scope to draw on material from outside the block immediately concerned, so although the paper is structured in this way you should not feel

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