AS history liberals and conservatives help!!

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hey, does anyone have any ideas on how and what to revise for AS history liberals and conservatives, i have my mock exam in 2 weeks and i have no idea where to start, ive read over all my notes but i think they're not detailed enough for when i try to do past papers as i have no idea what to put. If anyone whose done this exam before could help id really appreciate it , thank you
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I did the exam last summer and our revision focused on looking at what Gladstone and Disraeli each did in their foreign and domestic policy, grouping reforms into the ministries they occurred in. That's how the exam also ended up coming out. I found it helpful to make cards listing the reforms and acts they each did in individual ministries. If you have the textbooks too they are really helpful! We used an OCR one and a mastering British History textbook. I can't remember the exact names as I had to return them this year.

hope I could help a little and good luck with the mocks!
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