I liked how the marks were awarded.
The agoge had to be worth the least because it was so specific, you couldn't talk about the agoge as the whole, you had to talk about specifically the role it had in boys education, so it was a prepatory for military training, it was evaluative for military selection to the hippeis and krypteia. It instilled discipline which was a respected virtue of the Spartans blablabla...
As far as for the King it was good there because I dont think there are as many historical commentators and all on the role of the kingship, its a bit of a bland topic, but its simple factual recall the king has a religious, civil and military role and just some examples of each.
At school one of our practise tests had women as the 10 mark question because you could bring up a variety of the ancient writers and analyse why they treated the women with such hostility, for example women were the cause of Sparta's collapse according to Aristotle and you had the presentation of Spartan women in an Athenian play, that and everything else everyons already mentioned. There were probably better things to ask for the 10 mark question, but with how specific the agoge question was I think it was good where it was. That and if people bitch about it being there, it was probably a good discriminant to split up most of the state
As far as the religion I just worked in ther role as priestesses and as singers in teh choirs at some of the festivals and they wove the chiton for Apollo for the Hyakinthia. I also pointed out that she was thin which was perfect for their eugenics program