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Hi, so in my last two mocks for paper 1 and 2 of the OCR History A exam I have got two D's. The skill for exams isn't my problem, it's my knowledge. Does anyone know of any good OCR history A revision resources and any good techniques to revise OCR history?

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i think this was the same spec as me ???? i did nazi germany, medicine through time and a source paper as well as a CW on n/ireland.

go through your most recent mocks and look at the questions you flopped on and pinpoint the topics they're on. revise those first, they're a good place to start. you need to find a way that suits you - some write notes out, some do cue cards, some do mind maps etc. also see if you can find the spec online

do revision on every topic on the spec and then all it is is practice papers. fill them out and mark them yourself so you get a feel of what the examiners really want
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(Original post by faggstagram)
i think this was the same spec as me ???? i did nazi germany, medicine through time and a source paper as well as a CW on n/ireland.

go through your most recent mocks and look at the questions you flopped on and pinpoint the topics they're on. revise those first, they're a good place to start. you need to find a way that suits you - some write notes out, some do cue cards, some do mind maps etc. also see if you can find the spec online

do revision on every topic on the spec and then all it is is practice papers. fill them out and mark them yourself so you get a feel of what the examiners really want
Hey. No, I do American west + Medicine through time.

Thanks for some of the tips, though
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