Different examination boards take slightly different approaches to evaluation. OCR and WJEC/Eduqas use ‘straight’ evaluation questions in exam papers. However, AQA connects evaluation of a topic to another area. Two questions on each paper are a mix of substantive law (crime, tort, human rights and contract) and non-substantive law (the nature of law). One will be a mix of application and evaluation connected to a scenario, for 30 marks in total. The other will be an essay for 15 marks but will still be a mix of substantive law and non-substantive law.
A straight evaluation question might be:
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