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    (Original post by Stricof)
    You'll never go wrong with Access to History. The first one is likely to have sources and sample examination questions. If you are looking for in depth knowledge for the exam, Access to History is better.
    You should buy both for this reason, if not - get Access to History
    I agree with this; Access to History books are pleasantly brief and yet authoritative and sufficiently detailed for beyond full marks in an A-level exam.

    Also, search for any relevant titles by Flagship History - another brilliant series.
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    (Original post by haaaza23)
    Wow that's really handy!! That'd be great. I'll do some tomorrow afternoon and send them to you, if you really don't mind!

    I'm aiming for a B this year, although I've been predicted an A; I underestimated the actual difficulty of self-study!
    Sure that's no problem, drop me your email address if you want and I will send you mine.

    I have some work that I can send you also.
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    (Original post by DJkG.1)
    I agree with this; Access to History books are pleasantly brief and yet authoritative and sufficiently detailed for beyond full marks in an A-level exam.

    Also, search for any relevant titles by Flagship History - another brilliant series.
    Thanks for the advice.
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    (Original post by Jakko247)
    This is it

    http://www.hoddereducation.co.uk/Tit...Dictionary.htm
    Hey.

    just got this book ordered from amazon. came today and its pretty good. found out quite a few treaties etc. thanks for the heads up on it
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    Anyone fancy trading some notes?
    Done chapters 1 and 2 in pretty good detail hopefully have a couple more by the end of the week!
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    (Original post by Daniel Robert)
    Hey.

    just got this book ordered from amazon. came today and its pretty good. found out quite a few treaties etc. thanks for the heads up on it
    sure no problems!
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    (Original post by eoghan123)
    Anyone fancy trading some notes?
    Done chapters 1 and 2 in pretty good detail hopefully have a couple more by the end of the week!
    I don't mind.

    PM me your E-mail! :p:
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    (Original post by Daniel Robert)
    Hey.

    just got this book ordered from amazon. came today and its pretty good. found out quite a few treaties etc. thanks for the heads up on it
    Got an offer from Sheffield :p:
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    (Original post by Jakko247)
    Got an offer from Sheffield :p:
    Awesome.
    Whats the offer?

    Where else have you applied for?

    I've put through my firm and insurance choices already. I'm off to Sunderland University!
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    (Original post by Daniel Robert)
    Awesome.
    Whats the offer?

    Where else have you applied for?

    I've put through my firm and insurance choices already. I'm off to Sunderland University!
    Law, European & International, AAA (including General Studies) :p:
 
 
 
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