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anyone have any predictions for the aqa his2l exam?
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anyone have any predictions for the aqa his2l exam?
Possibly industrialisation as it hasn't come up for a while now (like 2 years I think).
Really hope Stalin's rise to power comes up but given it has reoccured many times it may not this time :/
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Have attached this super helpful pdf which covers most of the content

Does anyone have any tips for the source questions?
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Possibly industrialisation as it hasn't come up for a while now (like 2 years I think).
Really hope Stalin's rise to power comes up but given it has reoccured many times it may not this time :/
Yeah I love the power struggle but I doubt it's going to come up. My teacher also says that the five year plans are likely to come up
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Have attached this super helpful pdf which covers most of the content

Does anyone have any tips for the source questions?
Thanks so much for this!!
I think with the 12 markers for the source q's it's good to start off with an overall comment on both of the sources and then Identify about 3 differences and 1 similarity.
With the 24 markers I think examiners want more of your own argument but use the sources to reinforce your ideas.
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Good luck everyone.
I'm really worried about this one...mainly about not knowing enough.
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How's everyone's revision going?
I think something on society/propaganda could come up as the hasn't appeared much. Definitely think something on industrialisation/NEP/5YP will come up. Maybe the power struggle will come up too because it has been on every past paper I could find.
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I'm thinking social stuff as well, but I'm not sure.
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does anyone have any predictions for the source question?
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A 5YP motives question would be absolutely ideal. I definitely think the first question will be something to do with the economic policies
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Really struggle with this exam, find it hard as it's not all chronological and find it really boring.

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Really struggle with this exam, find it hard as it's not all chronological and find it really boring.

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Same!! I hate how everything overlaps and I can't learn it in sections
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really dreading this exam, does anyone have a list of stats or something similar that they would like to share the only one i can remember is that 10 million women joined the workforce
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really dreading this exam, does anyone have a list of stats or something similar that they would like to share the only one i can remember is that 10 million women joined the workforce
Dreading this exam myself
7million peasant died in the Ukraine (Collectivisation),
25 thousanders from the towns to help agriculture,
20% of party members expelled in 1934
1921 ban on factions

that's all I can remember so far
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That's my problem jumping from one time period to another and then back again!

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