HIS3J: The State and People: Britain, 1918–1964. 2014 June exam

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Hey, anyone doing this topic?

Lets share resources, ideas and anything else that may be helpful

I found this on the getrevising website. I love that website, they have some great revision sources, you just have to dig around a little bit for them.

http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/a...istory_britain
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I found this on the getrevising website. I love that website, they have some great revision sources, you just have to dig around a little bit for them.

http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/a...istory_britain
Thanks!
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Hi does anyone understand what is needed for the historical debate? My teacher tells us to put some historians think and others think....

Iike do we need to know specific historians' names? If so does anyone know any?


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My teacher from last year left us this. I'm incredibly thankful for it because my new teacher isn't even going to finish the course until a week before the exam. :eek:

(I had to split it into 2 documents as it was too big to upload as one!)
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My teacher from last year left us this. I'm incredibly thankful for it because my new teacher isn't even going to finish the course until a week before the exam. :eek:

(I had to split it into 2 documents as it was too big to upload as one!)
Aww thank you!


If anyone wants the essay I did for mass communications then send me your email address


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I'm doing this paper after doing horrendously last year. There's so much to learn! D:
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Only 1 month left till exam. Scary...

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Some historian views
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Where's everyone upto?

So much to learn🙈


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I really appreciate this, thank you!




I was looking at past paper questions, and was wondering if anyone could tell me what examiners are referring to when they say 'style of government'. I was looking at the question "LG fell from power because of his style of government....." but I can't find the mark scheme. Does it simply refer to his policies i.e Chanak Crisis, Irish Question, responses to Industrial confrontation etc...or is it directly referring to the changes he made to cabinet? hope someone can answer this because i'm confused haha thank you!
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Where's everyone upto?

So much to learn🙈


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I'm up to Churchill's coalition government. you?

I agree, I always feel a little bit confident until I look at the past paper questions. haha I don't think that I'll ever be prepared for this exam.
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I really appreciate this, thank you!




I was looking at past paper questions, and was wondering if anyone could tell me what examiners are referring to when they say 'style of government'. I was looking at the question "LG fell from power because of his style of government....." but I can't find the mark scheme. Does it simply refer to his policies i.e Chanak Crisis, Irish Question, responses to Industrial confrontation etc...or is it directly referring to the changes he made to cabinet? hope someone can answer this because i'm confused haha thank you!

Yes, it refers to his policies. The main phrase our teacher has been drumming into us is his "presidential style" ie. he rarely consulted other members of his party or other parties before making decisions. Chanak is a perfect example for this. Hope this helps, good luck!

Also, this is a plan for a question from the June 2010 question that sounds quite similar to the one you mentioned.
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I'm up to Churchill's coalition government. you?

I agree, I always feel a little bit confident until I look at the past paper questions. haha I don't think that I'll ever be prepared for this exam.
I'm upto nationalisation of key industries! I feel the exact same! Last papers are hit and miss really! Like a whole 45 mark essay on the general strike is just horrible but then something like why labour fell in 1924 is a god send!


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Yes, it refers to his policies. The main phrase our teacher has been drumming into us is his "presidential style" ie. he rarely consulted other members of his party or other parties before making decisions. Chanak is a perfect example for this. Hope this helps, good luck!

Also, this is a plan for a question from the June 2010 question that sounds quite similar to the one you mentioned.
Exactly this! This was the first essay we attempted at the start of the year
Martin Pugh called him "virtual dictator" and you could also mention on the honours scandal which was a controversial way to raise funds.


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Exactly this! This was the first essay we attempted at the start of the year
Martin Pugh called him "virtual dictator" and you could also mention on the honours scandal which was a controversial way to raise funds.


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I did this question at the beginning of my course too, and I think I got around 20 marks for it. However, I'm planning on redoing all of the past exam questions and getting my teacher to mark them for me. Where are you up to on revision?
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Im so scared for this exam which is a big difference from last year when I was really confident sitting this exam.

I think what I was missing big time was revising the themes and preparing for the synoptic question.
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Maybe someones teacher predicted some questions that might come up?
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I despise this course
well that makes two of us. So much to learn especially all of the dates and acts.
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I did this question at the beginning of my course too, and I think I got around 20 marks for it. However, I'm planning on redoing all of the past exam questions and getting my teacher to mark them for me. Where are you up to on revision?
I'm upto nationalisation and economic promlems and recovery you?


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I'm on this course. My teacher thinks that Lloyd George and the Conservatives are likely to come up after looking through all the past paper questions.
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I'm upto nationalisation and economic promlems and recovery you?


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Same, although I get confused sometimes cos my teacher is still teaching us the course content from 1951-1964, so I keep getting mixed up with what I've revised and what I haven't!
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