I'm really appealing to anyone who studied European history, or British history, as I suppose they are similarly structured. I've been looking at the exams from previous years (I already knew about the 4 sections) and there seems to be SO MUCH stuff that we need to learn and cover, and I'm doubting whether it is is actually possible learn very much, because the questions need you to have quite fleshy knowledge about what they're asking.
A few people have said just to revise a couple of themes from each of the 4 sections, but looking at past papers there doesn't seem to be a pattern and surely you risk a question not being on there.
I really don't know what to do and am really panicking. I've asked my tutor, who has twice told me "to chill out as I have 3 years left" and not actually given me an answer, so I'm relying on any other advice I can get. If I know what people generally do, I can get on and start revising now, and catching up on any lost content that I'll need.
I really love history, love writing the essays for it, and I'd love revising for exams if I knew vaguely what to do. Any help would be sooo appreciated.
Thank you for any help xx
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