OCR, History GCSE, Public Health in Britain 1800-1914 depth study

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What did you get for the last source? The source on David Lloyd George?
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I found the source on David Lloyd George the hardest and the 16 marker the easiest
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What did you get for the last source? The source on David Lloyd George?
I wrote about how it was published by the Liberal Party so they were attempting to promote themselves and their reforms! Along those lines.
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I wrote about how it was published by the Liberal Party so they were attempting to promote themselves and their reforms! Along those lines.
For the source at the end where he was playing the trumpet ? I wrote it was ironic how he was saying "keep the home fires burning" when in the background the shops had no coal or matcha because miners were striking and 2.5 million work days were lost
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For the source at the end where he was playing the trumpet ? I wrote it was ironic how he was saying "keep the home fires burning" when in the background the shops had no coal or matcha because miners were striking and 2.5 million work days were lost
Oh, I did a different paper to that? I did 19th century public health!
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Yea i wrote about the liberal party just trying to promote their reforms and increase popularity. Did you all include a conclusion at the end of every question? I only did that for the last question and now im worried. Also, how much did you all write for the last question and what did you write for the question for why the sources describe the conditions differently???
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I have already done two of the sources in school and we analysed it before. So I found it really easy.
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For the sources that were different I wrote about one showing the rich living conditions and the other source shows the poors living conditions. Also, i did cross referencing with source B to show the governments attitude of laissez faire and why source D contrasted with source C even though they were from the same time period.
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To be honest none of the questions were that difficult if you knew the formal (method) of answering them, it was just a case of filling in the answer with your own knowledge. The David Lloyd George was a lucky source to come up ( for me anyways) due our teacher going through many times in class.
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To be honest none of the questions were that difficult if you knew the formal (method) of answering them, it was just a case of filling in the answer with your own knowledge. The David Lloyd George was a lucky source to come up ( for me anyways) due our teacher going through many times in class.
How long was your final question?
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Also does anyone know what the grade boundaries are for the raw marks in paper 1 and 2? Like paper is out of 53 altogether so how many marks needed to get A* and A in that paper???
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For the sources that were different I wrote about one showing the rich living conditions and the other source shows the poors living conditions. Also, i did cross referencing with source B to show the governments attitude of laissez faire and why source D contrasted with source C even though they were from the same time period.
Yeah I did the exact same! I was just going with the flow, wasn't really sure how to cross reference because I didn't have much practice with it.

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Hey Guys I don't want to sound cocky but I found the exam relatively easy I had already seen the pig source and the Lloyd George source before and question 5 was really easy as well. What did you guys think?
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Hey Guys I don't want to sound cocky but I found the exam relatively easy I had already seen the pig source and the Lloyd George source before and question 5 was really easy as well. What did you guys think?
I found the pig one easy too. I liked question 5 too, but I didn't have time to check for any SPAG mistakes though.

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For the the question, i wrote around 2 pages. Which reasonable since you need to compare all the sources and then answer the question.
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For the the question, i wrote around 2 pages. Which reasonable since you need to compare all the sources and then answer the question.
Yeah, I wrote three pages. I found the sources really easy to understand, so the last question was good.

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Yeah, I wrote three pages. I found the sources really easy to understand, so the last question was good.

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Same I wrote around 3 pages too I found incorporating the sources really easy as they were all relevant
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Same I wrote around 3 pages too I found incorporating the sources really easy as they were all relevant
Yeah. All my other mocks were difficult because the sources wasn't relevant to question 5. I was so relieved when I opened the answer booklet. The only source I found a bit difficult was Source A (MPs speech)

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