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    Hi, anyone doing WJEC history as? Im finding it hard to find resources all in one place that i can revise from! any advise on how i can piece together in my brain this period of history? the booklets from college arent very helpful and there doesnt seem to be a textbook which contains everything i need to know!

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    Hi Alice,
    Not good news, as it is a new topic for the WJEC there is no firm Resources. However, you can find a lot on the resources they will be in Modern Britain From 1750s . I am also doing this new course and it does seem like quite a lot. Go through Your notes write small concise explanations for each.
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    (Original post by Josh99evs)
    Hi Alice,
    Not good news, as it is a new topic for the WJEC there is no firm Resources. However, you can find a lot on the resources they will be in Modern Britain From 1750s . I am also doing this new course and it does seem like quite a lot. Go through Your notes write small concise explanations for each.
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/d...st-1780-1880-1 <------ Protest
    ah so frustrating isnt it! i only feel 100% confident if i have all the notes set by wjec! anyways, thanks for that mind map!!! its super helpful, my brain has figured out the time scales now

    thanks
 
 
 
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