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No Surprises In VCE Politics Exam

There were no surprises in the questions asked on today’s Year 12 Political Studies exam paper. A very fair and balanced paper was sat by approximately 1500 students across Victoria.

The paper dealt with a range of topical political issues, including the role of the High Court, federal powers, Senate reform, prime ministerial power, fairness in the electoral system, disillusionment with the major parties, the impact of minor parties, and the contribution of pressure groups to policy-making.

The exam is worth 40% of the total marks for students.

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