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    Does anyone have this exam tomorrow?! I'm so nervous!
    I really want to know what it's going to be on!
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    me, I'm really nervous too... 2013 paper was on social reforms and the 2014 paper was on the constitutional crisis...
    Women suffrage/Boer war/WW1 period has a great possibility but I'm honestly not too sure
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    Urghh my teachers haven't been very good this year. REALLY liked History at GCSE but a-level is really hard ((
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    Home Rule, post-war problems and Tariff Reform haven't come up for a while but I'm not sure


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    Just finished the exam, didn't mind the Liberal Reforms. However, did anyone else realise that Source E was on another page. Poor job OCR for not pointing that out!
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    thats where i think a lot of people may fall because i only checked at the end
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    I did the exam last year and re-sat this year and I found this years a lot better! I'm glad Ireland didn't come up! source e being on the next page really confused me
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    This paper went really well for me and the only way I saw source E was because of curiosity. I was flicking the pages over until I realised there was a source E too but thankfully I managed to add it in. However around 70% of the people at my school skipped source E by accident so I hope OCR don't mark people down..
    However, glad that the question wasn't on post-war or Ireland!
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    (Original post by louisee1234)
    Me too! Luckily I saw source E but I know plenty of people who didn't. How did everyone grouo/link the sources together? Source D and E really threw me...
    Source E I found easy but D and A
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    Just done it. Anyone else not realise that there was another source on the other page?
 
 
 

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