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Is there anyone doing history AEA. Hows it going and do u think its worth doing it now that we've got our uni accpetnaces.
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What is an AEA? I applied to study History, but I have no idea what that is.
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What is an AEA? I applied to study History, but I have no idea what that is.

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I am doing it, it is going to be one hell of a hard exam-3hrs of sourcework and philosophy, ahh! I actually find it really enjoyable though, things like "History is the propaganda of the victors"-discuss really interest me... Is that sad? Yes, i know it is... However, if Durham don't offer me a place with AEA included (hopefully they won't), if the exam interferes with my hol plans, they can forget it :-)
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I am doing AEA in MAthematics and Economics but i don't know how to prepare for it....i know u gotto do past papers but where r u suppose to get it from? Is there a book u can buy or something?????
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I am doing it, it is going to be one hell of a hard exam-3hrs of sourcework and philosophy, ahh! I actually find it really enjoyable though, things like "History is the propaganda of the victors"-discuss really interest me... Is that sad? Yes, i know it is... However, if Durham don't offer me a place with AEA included (hopefully they won't), if the exam interferes with my hol plans, they can forget it :-)
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Yeah it has been really interesting so far and its quite good, even though when i leave every lesson i feel like my heads gonna expldoe (too much thinking :rolleyes: .) None of my offers include anything to do with AEA and the paper we were shown was really difficult. So i dunno if i can be bothered to do it.
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Yeah it has been really interesting so far and its quite good, even though when i leave every lesson i feel like my heads gonna expldoe (too much thinking :rolleyes: .) None of my offers include anything to do with AEA and the paper we were shown was really difficult. So i dunno if i can be bothered to do it.
im meant to be doing the AEA but havent had any lessons yet on it all and have pretty much decided not to bother seeing as i dont think my offers are going to require it..(even tho its on my ucas ). if u find it interesting then it cant harm to do it !!!
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I did the history AEA last year and seriously there is no need to panic. It doesn't really mean aything, and although this might sound weird, the three hour exam is actually quite enjoyable! I did virtually no preparation for it at all outside of my own wide reading and still got a merit. Just don't spend ages fretting about it.

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