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I have just finished taking my GCSE examinations and I'm hoping to study history a level in sixthform. Therefore I wonder if anyone who's done the course has some resources to share? Thanks
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I have just finished taking my GCSE examinations and I'm hoping to study history a level in sixthform. Therefore I wonder if anyone who's done the course has some resources to share? Thanks
Do you know what topics you'll be studying?

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The Tsar's of Russia from 1861
The Russian Revolutions of 1905, Feb/March 1917 and October 1917
Lenin and Trotsky
Stalin
The Russian Civil war
The Five year Plans and collectivisation
Stalin's purges
Russia in WW2
Women's positions in the 1860s
The suffragists
The suffragettes
The role played by women in ww1
The making of modern China
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The Tsar's of Russia from 1861
The Russian Revolutions of 1905, Feb/March 1917 and October 1917
Lenin and Trotsky
Stalin
The Russian Civil war
The Five year Plans and collectivisation
Stalin's purges
Russia in WW2
Women's positions in the 1860s
The suffragists
The suffragettes
The role played by women in ww1
The making of modern China
I did all of the Russian topics but I'm not sure I'll have any decent resources, what sort of things were you hoping for?

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I have just finished taking my GCSE examinations and I'm hoping to study history a level in sixthform. Therefore I wonder if anyone who's done the course has some resources to share? Thanks
I'm starting the course in September too. The My Revision Notes series seems pretty good - they seem quite detailed based upon my experience so far, though they could be too brief for A level studies.
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Thanks!
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I'm starting the course in September too. The My Revision Notes series seems pretty good - they seem quite detailed based upon my experience so far, though they could be too brief for A level studies.
Just brief notes
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