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Can someone please supply me with revision notes on:

Liberal reforms
Vote for women
Home front
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Can someone please supply me with revision notes on:

Liberal reforms
Vote for women
Home front
What topics you doing?
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I don't know how to revise either!
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I doing the same paper! Is it OCR? I need some notes too
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Yeah it is OCR! Apparently they have introduced a new 16 marker but I'm really confused as to what it is on
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anyone doing british depth study 1939-75? if so do you have any predictions what will come up in the exam tommorow out of ww2, immigration, women and young people? i feel women might come up tommorow but im not entirely sure
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Doing the same paper, so worried about the 16 marker
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Yeah it is OCR! Apparently they have introduced a new 16 marker but I'm really confused as to what it is on
The new 16 marker is actually out of 19 with 3 for SPaG and it looks at the whole period whilst relating to the theme, an example would be

"Women were respected from 1890-1918" How far do you agree? use your own knowledge and the sources in your answer.
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Yeah it is OCR! Apparently they have introduced a new 16 marker but I'm really confused as to what it is on
I didn't know about the 16 marker! Is it a 10 marker with 6 marks for Spag?
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How do you structure the 16 mark question
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I didn't know about the 16 marker! Is it a 10 marker with 6 marks for Spag?
Apparently it's 16 marks with SPAG 3 marks!
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Apparently it's 16 marks with SPAG 3 marks!
Oh my goodness!! Did not know that.
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The new 16 marker is actually out of 19 with 3 for SPaG and it looks at the whole period whilst relating to the theme, an example would be

"Women were respected from 1890-1918" How far do you agree? use your own knowledge and the sources in your answer.
Do I need to follow a certain structure to answer it? Like PEAs or anything like that? Thank you so much! Was very confused if it was just on one topic or all 3
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The new 16 marker is actually out of 19 with 3 for SPaG and it looks at the whole period whilst relating to the theme, an example would be

"Women were respected from 1890-1918" How far do you agree? use your own knowledge and the sources in your answer.
How do you know this is the question? I'm so confused for structure.
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Do I need to follow a certain structure to answer it? Like PEAs or anything like that? Thank you so much! Was very confused if it was just on one topic or all 3
According to my teachers, this is the new exam style with a markscheme.

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/140139-...ember-2013.pdf

On terms of structure, I'm not too sure myself although I would use the exemplars in the markscheme as a starting point.
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How do you know this is the question? I'm so confused for structure.
My teachers attended the OCR Web meeting where they discussed the new exam paper. My teachers gave me this as a the style of paper thats going to come up.

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/140139-...ember-2013.pdf
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According to my teachers, this is the new exam style with a markscheme.

http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/140139-...ember-2013.pdf

On terms of structure, I'm not too sure myself although I would use the exemplars in the markscheme as a starting point.
Thank you so much for the help!
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Thank you so much for the help!
You're welcome
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You're welcome
Because votes for women is a specimen paper for this exam, does that mean its unlikely to be our actual paper?
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Any predictions for the topic that'll come up?

We weren't told about there being a sixteen mark question so thank goodness I found out here, probably would have thrown me off. Is there anything in particular we need to do to secure all the marks? (Besides having good SPAG)
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