AQA History Unit 1L Britain 1905-51 14th May 2013 Watch

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Discuss.
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I am so so screwed.


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c'mon.
let's stay positive.

(I shall repeat this until the very bitter end)
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You'll be fine! Nuckle down and you'll feel so much better!
Has anyone got a list of all the questions that have ever come up in this paper before? Would be really useful...
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Question 1
1) Explain why most women were granted the vote in Parliament elections in 1918? (12 Marks)

2) How far did the First World War change the position of the Liberal Party by the end of 1918? (24 Marks)

Question 2
1) Explain why Ramsay MacDonald decided to lead a 'National Government' in August 1931? (12 Marks)

2) How successful were the National Governments in dealing with economic problems in the years 1931 to 1939? (24 Marks)

Question 3
1) Explain why most Labour MPs supported the 1942 Beveridge Report? (12 Marks)

2) How to successful were Attlee's Governments in establishing a welfare state in the years 1945 to 1951? (24 Marks)


these were the questions that came up in January's exam, they were posted on another thread about Britain 1900-1951.
for the past papers you should check aqa's website, they have them all there!
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Thank you SO much on the Jan 2013 info, been looking everywhere!

Dont worry guys, we're all in this together, so we're all screwed! :confused:
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Gotta admit though, the most frustrating thing about this exam is the phrasing of the questions. They're either too vague or specific. Seriously, some of them throw me off until I realize that it links to whatever they're asking but in just a much more obscure and stupid way.
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Gotta admit though, the most frustrating thing about this exam is the phrasing of the questions. They're either too vague or specific. Seriously, some of them throw me off until I realize that it links to whatever they're asking but in just a much more obscure and stupid way.
I've been thinking of that since I started History!!
Omg SO GLAD that I'm not the only one!!
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Still no idea whats to come up this Tuesday though :cry:
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fingers crossed that it's something interesting and not an utter bore.
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Oh my god. Ive literally never dreadded an exam this much. I hope i get a B then i can drop it and never think about it again
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I'm praying for Liberal Reforms and the Beveridge Report
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Anyone else thinking that WW1 will come up? I think that if it came up in January it's a safe bet we won't get National Government's economic policies, at least.
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Anyone else thinking that WW1 will come up? I think that if it came up in January it's a safe bet we won't get National Government's economic policies, at least.
It's a shame. I reckon I could have scored at least 30/36 on the National Government questions . That's just me though
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Yeah, same tbh. Particularly as that question is basically the same as one they had a few years ago. GRR it would have been easy - gold standard, special areas, government expenditure cuts, cheap money policy, rearmament. DAMN.
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sooo thankful there's no national government in this one haha
still, dont recall being a question on Ireland and the Home Rule Bill though? Potential q?
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sooo thankful there's no national government in this one haha
still, dont recall being a question on Ireland and the Home Rule Bill though? Potential q?
I agree, I don't think there has been. I hope they don't start this year though
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Unit 1 and 4 always come up.

In terms of Unit 1, the key themes tend to be 1906 Election, Social Reforms, Constitutional Crisis
and for Unit 4, 1945-47/51 Economic Problems/Recovery, 1945/1951 Election and WW2.

Just a guess though, I really do wish there was some AQA History god lurking around in these forums knowing exactly whats coming up tommorow!
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Me too. Oh my god, i'm so scared right now.
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People we should plan out some questions here and now and analyse- lets start with the Constitutional crisis
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