Alicep87
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Hi guys. For my upcoming interview I will have a subject knowledge task and I am bewildered as to where I should start revising for it!! I was thinking of starting with typical period history (Tudors, Victorians etc) modern history (nazis, international relations 20th century etc) and possibly some of the common "long term" threads eg medicine through time? What are other peoples experiences / thoughts on this? Not necessarily history just would be nice to share!!
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Hi guys. For my upcoming interview I will have a subject knowledge task and I am bewildered as to where I should start revising for it!! I was thinking of starting with typical period history (Tudors, Victorians etc) modern history (nazis, international relations 20th century etc) and possibly some of the common "long term" threads eg medicine through time? What are other peoples experiences / thoughts on this? Not necessarily history just would be nice to share!!
I take it you're applying for a History PGCE? It will likely be on the subjects studied at KS3, GCSE and A level.
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