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    Hi,

    I'm taking my final unit for the Making of the Modern World Edexcel History course in June this year, but I am really struggling in terms of how to structure my answers. With the other two unit exams and the controlled assessment I have found it very easy to grasp what level of information is required and how you achieve the top bands. This unit (it's on sources actually), however, I have no idea where to begin!

    There are 5 questions in total:
    - inferences (6)
    - purpose (8)
    - cross-referencing (10)
    - evaluation of utility/reliability (10)
    - evaluation of a hypothesis (16)

    ...and I'm doing the Unit 3B Britain 1931-1951 unit, but I was hoping the skills might have been transferable.

    Many thanks for any replies and sorry if this was very difficult to read!
 
 
 
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