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AQA AS HISTOY HIS1G Britain, 1815–1865 QUESTION PREDICTIONS? watch

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    (Original post by Rene96)
    A/B but I think I'm going to end up with a C because I'm literally just starting for revise now
    same here!
    i only started revising on Sunday because i have been revising for chemistry and biology(the amount of information you have to remember for biology is ridiculous)!
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    Would anyone like to explain their exam structure? (especially those aiming for A/B grade)
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    What did you think?
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    did everyone else think this exam was really easy.. no questions on peel, gladstone or palmerston... perfect!!
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    (Original post by chodgson1305)
    did everyone else think this exam was really easy.. no questions on peel, gladstone or palmerston... perfect!!
    Yeah it was definitely easier than I was expecting! Completely messed up on my second twelve mark talking about something completely irrelevant but hopefully won't mess my mark up TOO much!
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    (Original post by lucy96x)
    Yeah it was definitely easier than I was expecting! Completely messed up on my second twelve mark talking about something completely irrelevant but hopefully won't mess my mark up TOO much!
    Which question did you mess up.. The PLAA one?
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    (Original post by chodgson1305)
    Which question did you mess up.. The PLAA one?
    Yes, don't ask why but I wrote about why it was taken away later on rather than why it was introduced haha!
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    (Original post by lucy96x)
    What did you think?
    THANK GOD THERE WAS NO GLADSTONE OR PALMERSTON

    generally it went well, i chose the second question
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    (Original post by EliteHoneyBadger)
    THANK GOD THERE WAS NO GLADSTONE OR PALMERSTON

    generally it went well, i chose the second question
    I was so happy when there was virtually no foreign policy other than Ireland yay! I answered 1 and 2!
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    (Original post by lucy96x)
    Yes, don't ask why but I wrote about why it was taken away later on rather than why it was introduced haha!
    agghh shame.. what did everyone else at your school say because I’m worried that it was too easy and the UMS will bump everyone down??
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    (Original post by chodgson1305)
    agghh shame.. what did everyone else at your school say because I’m worried that it was too easy and the UMS will bump everyone down??
    I know stupid mistake! They all said the same really that it was pretty easy so I dno how the grade boundaries will be!
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    (Original post by lucy96x)
    I was so happy when there was virtually no foreign policy other than Ireland yay! I answered 1 and 2!
    this is what i wrote for Q01


    demobilization of 400,000 soldiers after the war
    industrial revolution
    govt. did nothing to tackle the problem



    what was question 02 again?
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    (Original post by EliteHoneyBadger)
    this is what i wrote for Q01


    demobilization of 400,000 soldiers after the war
    industrial revolution
    govt. did nothing to tackle the problem



    what was question 02 again?
    How important was industrialisation in causing popular discontent in the years 1815-1820?
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    (Original post by chodgson1305)
    How important was industrialisation in causing popular discontent in the years 1815-1820?
    what were your points for this question
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    Ugh it went horrifically for me...
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    (Original post by Dipesh97)
    For the 24 mark on how far economic conditions effected the development of Chartism 1836-1841. I talked less about causes e.g. Reform Act, PLAA etc. and more about things like Police response, divisions in leadership i.e. physical vs moral and things like that as the question said the word 'develop' not cause. Was this the right way to go about it?
    I wrote about the Reform Act, PLAA, Glasgow Spinners, Unstamped Press and the transportation of the Tolpuddle martyrs! Also, the factor within the question, so I discussed how some of the Whig reforms caused an economic crisis, and how the Corn Laws and Income Tax Repeal from the Reactionary Tories phase were still having a negative impact upon the country's economic situation.
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    (Original post by elxse)
    I wrote about the Reform Act, PLAA, Glasgow Spinners, Unstamped Press and the transportation of the Tolpuddle martyrs! Also, the factor within the question, so I discussed how some of the Whig reforms caused an economic crisis, and how the Corn Laws and Income Tax Repeal from the Reactionary Tories phase were still having a negative impact upon the country's economic situation.
    I didnt talk about the reform act because it was out of the time period for the question... WAS I SUPPOSE TO TALK ABOUT IT
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    (Original post by EliteHoneyBadger)
    I didnt talk about the reform act because it was out of the time period for the question... WAS I SUPPOSE TO TALK ABOUT IT
    But the fact the great reform didn't go far enough angered people after 32 when it was passed! I talked about it too but don't worry if you missed it there was plenty more to talk about'
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    (Original post by lucy96x)
    But the fact the great reform didn't go far enough angered people after 32 when it was passed! I talked about it too but don't worry if you missed it there was plenty more to talk about'
    i did mention that there was a £10 property qualification in order to vote, so many of the working class still didnt have the vote.
 
 
 
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