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History: Reforms/counter reforms of Alexander II/III watch

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    Anybody know any good sites for revising this? My own notes are awfully complicated, so anything that explains it pretty simply would be good
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    nobody then?
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    (Original post by Frances)
    nobody then?
    There never seems to be any particularly great History A Level (if that's what you're doing) sites online, probably because theres too many topics to cover. Why don't you look for a good textbook that covers your topic? Venture into your library and hopefully you should find something. I bought a few History texbooks off Amazon recently.
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    I actually discovered this yesterday, which is pretty good for some Russian stuff. I always thought they only did books.

    I'll have a look for some more textbooks next time I get a chance, but all of the ones I've seen so far either don't have enough detail or are so badly laid out that I can't figure out what they're trying to say (which is how the original notes ended up being so bad)
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    (Original post by Frances)
    I actually discovered this yesterday, which is pretty good for some Russian stuff. I always thought they only did books.

    I'll have a look for some more textbooks next time I get a chance, but all of the ones I've seen so far either don't have enough detail or are so badly laid out that I can't figure out what they're trying to say (which is how the original notes ended up being so bad)
    Which exam board are you on? If it's Edexcel check their site out - they have a few past papers/specimen papers around which is why i love them.
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)
    Which exam board are you on? If it's Edexcel check their site out - they have a few past papers/specimen papers around which is why i love them.
    I'm on OCR. I think they have past papers and stuff on their site, but I'll be damned if I can find them....
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    (Original post by Frances)
    I'm on OCR. I think they have past papers and stuff on their site, but I'll be damned if I can find them....
    When it comes to looking for exam papers and textbooks approach your teacher! Last year for my AS I was lent a few too many textbooks and given a reading list by my teacher. They must know a few textbooks/sites - how else could they have planned their own notes? Don't forget to ask!
 
 
 

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