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    I know there are thousands of different options you can do but does anyone know if the exam on the 9th is the one with Britians involvement in WW1 and International relations 1919-1963 orrrrr is it the one with Germany and Russia

    Thanks yall
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    (Original post by flyboy123)
    I know there are thousands of different options you can do but does anyone know if the exam on the 9th is the one with Britians involvement in WW1 and International relations 1919-1963 orrrrr is it the one with Germany and Russia

    Thanks yall
    The AQA exam on the 9th is Paper 1, ie. Britain's involvement in WW1
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    I don't do the same options, but I do the same exam paper. According to my exam timetable:

    History Paper 1 (1 hour 45, minutes)
    You must answer 2 out of 3 questions on your chosen option. For you, this is the International Relations part of the exam paper from 1919-1963. This is option W and was on pages 6-10 of last year's paper. You are advised to spend 1 hour 10 minutes on this section.
    Section B - for you this is Britain in W.W.1. There is only 1 structured question, so you do not get a choice here. Last year this was on pages 16-17 of the exam paper. The maximym mark for this paper is 75.

    History Paper 2: (1 hour 45 minutes)
    This is Germany and Russia for you.
    Section A- you must answer the question on either Germany 1918-39 or Russia 1914-1941. There will be 1 question on each
    Section B - you must answer the question on either Russia or Germany.
    IMPORTANT: You MUST choose a different country in section B from your choice in section A, so you end up answering one question on both countries. That is to say if you like the Russia question in Section A then you must answer the German question in section B and vica-versa.

    The maximum mark is again 75. You are advised to spend 60 minutes on section A and the remiainng 45 minutes on section B.
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    (Original post by shauncouldstone)
    I don't do the same options, but I do the same exam paper. According to my exam timetable:

    History Paper 1 (1 hour 45, minutes)
    You must answer 2 out of 3 questions on your chosen option. For you, this is the International Relations part of the exam paper from 1919-1963. This is option W and was on pages 6-10 of last year's paper. You are advised to spend 1 hour 10 minutes on this section.
    Section B - for you this is Britain in W.W.1. There is only 1 structured question, so you do not get a choice here. Last year this was on pages 16-17 of the exam paper. The maximym mark for this paper is 75.

    History Paper 2: (1 hour 45 minutes)
    This is Germany and Russia for you.
    Section A- you must answer the question on either Germany 1918-39 or Russia 1914-1941. There will be 1 question on each
    Section B - you must answer the question on either Russia or Germany.
    IMPORTANT: You MUST choose a different country in section B from your choice in section A, so you end up answering one question on both countries. That is to say if you like the Russia question in Section A then you must answer the German question in section B and vica-versa.

    The maximum mark is again 75. You are advised to spend 60 minutes on section A and the remiainng 45 minutes on section B.
    Exactly
 
 
 

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