i'm doing As History on the Wars of The Roses and Henry VII and i really hate Richard III. as we have to do two questions and we get a choice of doing one out of two possible ones on the wars of the roses and the same for henry vii i was thinking, do i need to study richard iii? like i know i should because the other question may be horrible but like if i get two questions and one includes richard's reign i'll definitely chose the other, so i was wondering is there any chance of two of the possible choices to be about richard iii?
Not doing this paper but i'd say its really bad form to not revise something when you know it could come up even if you dislike it. I'd say if you have the time you should cover all your bases before the exam.
Look at past paper questions and the format and the pattern of past exams to see what kind of spread of questions you'll get and prepare accordingly.
I'm just saying this because I know a few people who've done similar things, by missing out chunks of the spec and greatly regretted it.
how can anyone hate Richard III? he was just misunderstood, and you have to consider that all the propaganda about him were written in the Tudor times so would have been against him.