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Whilst researching on how to answer certain exam questions for history (Paper 1 - OCR), I stumbled upon this website;

https://schoolhistory.co.uk/studentf...showtopic=7159

I don't know whether anyone else uses a different website called 'JohnDClare.net', but the information that is given on this website is actually written by 'John D Clare', himself. I also asked my history teacher to check whether all of what he said was correct, and it is

So, in the forum, he goes through every single type of question that you can get on paper 1, step-by-step. I just thought that this may be useful to anyone taking OCR history GCSE

Now, I may sound confident with my history revision in this post, but really...I am not; I don't know where to start. What's more, my teacher seems to go into great depth with each topic we cover, so I am not too sure how to distinguish which are the parts of the information I need, and which are the parts that I don't. Any advice would be much appreciated
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(Original post by KirstyBishop)
Whilst researching on how to answer certain exam questions for history (Paper 1), I stumbled upon this website;

https://schoolhistory.co.uk/studentf...showtopic=7159

I don't know whether anyone else uses a different website called 'JohnDClare.net', but the information that is given on this website is actually written by 'John D Clare', himself. I also asked my history teacher to check whether all of what he said was correct, and it is

So, in the forum, he goes through every single type of question that you can get on paper 1, step-by-step. I just thought that this may be useful to anyone taking history GCSE

Now, I may sound confident with my history revision in this post, but really...I am not; I don't know where to start. What's more, my teacher seems to go into great depth with each topic we cover, so I am not too sure how to distinguish which are the parts of the information I need, and which are the parts that I don't. Any advice would be much appreciated
If I wasn't studying edexcel history, I would probably have found that very helpful (then again, I might still find parts helpful), so thanks for that

(For those studying edexcel history, here are two websites that you might want to check out:
http://www.historychappy.com/edexcel...tutorials.html
http://www.mrallsophistory.com/revis...story-revision - I'm not actually sure what exam board this one is for, so it might help others more )
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If I wasn't studying edexcel history, I would probably have found that very helpful (then again, I might still find parts helpful), so thanks for that

(For those studying edexcel history, here are two websites that you might want to check out:
http://www.historychappy.com/edexcel...tutorials.html
http://www.mrallsophistory.com/revis...story-revision - I'm not actually sure what exam board this one is for, so it might help others more )
Whoops, forgot to include that it is only for OCR history; thank you
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