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I have flash cards and that but im finding it difficult because i cant do past papers as i have NO clue on how to mark them
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

I'm going to quote in She-Ra now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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I have flash cards and that but im finding it difficult because i cant do past papers as i have NO clue on how to mark them
I've moved this to the correct forum for you

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Past papers are a God-send. You can see trends in the way questions are asked and what to expect in and answer as a basis of practise. I always revise by answering essay questions. The more you do them, the easier you will find it to answer questions on impulse.
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Past papers are a God-send. You can see trends in the way questions are asked and what to expect in and answer as a basis of practise. I always revise by answering essay questions. The more you do them, the easier you will find it to answer questions on impulse.
Yeah I have been doing some question spotting and was quite successful in my resit so hopefully they come up again!
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t i m e l i n e s

they're amazing for revision. Also planned essays on each event
e.g. (for my course is cold war)
One area of the cold war is detente, so one possible essay question would be "how did detente end"
so I gather up all the main factors of why detente ended, figure out which one is most significant for it ending etc etc and plan the essay.
But timelines are great, organises everything better and it makes you remember things better. On key events of the timeline add extra detail.
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