How Hard Is History At A-Level ?

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Goku_ssj4
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Basically I got an A in the GCSE which was piss. wanna do it for AS How hard is it people ???

Certain GCSE and then predicted grades woudld help me make my decision!

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Leekey
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I took history at GCSE and got an A also. I am now doing A/S History (The Liberals & The Rise Of The Nazi's). I dont find the course very hard at all (I got an A im Coursework) but the exam I took today was quite difficult.

If you got an A at GCSE then I don't think you will struggle at all ( Aside from my ****e exam technique).

If You Like The Subject Just Go For It
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Goku_ssj4
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cheerz Leekey !

Will go for it.
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Leekey
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Good For You !!!

Now I just have to wait for my exam results in August when I get an E.

Ohh Well, I can always retake.
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Had my two Edexcel AS history exams today; Old poor law + Bolshevik triumph..

I havnt really worked at all the last year.. however, the questions that came up today couldn't have been any more friendlier. I love it when that happens.

Im just hoping for mah C in August

I got a B at GCSE.. the course isn't that hard, so i think u shud be fine.
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Goku_ssj4
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cheerz guys! Thats pretty much boosted my confidence will definatly take it on now
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Leekey
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The Bolshevic question was right next to my sources !!!

When I saw how difficult the NAZI question was, I thought about answering yours. Something like "In what ways did Stalin learn from other bolshevik leaders in the time before Lenin's death", I think. Am I correct????
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Goku_ssj4
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That looked pretty strraight forward if u covered it well ?

What was the Nazi question ?
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Leekey
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Something like "Vagueness of policies was one of the main contributing factors in the rise and consolodation of power of the Nazi's - Do you agree"

I was really stumped until I remembered that I could talk about other factors than "vagueness of policies", by that point I was running out of time and only worked in the role of the S.A and Hitlers appeal to the masses. Wish I could have included the weakness of the republic but hopefully that will come up in the resit (which I will be taking)
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