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How would i structure a 10 mark, 6 mark, 8 mark, 4 mark,12 mark and a 16 mark question in history
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How would i structure a 10 mark, 6 mark, 8 mark, 4 mark,12 mark and a 16 mark question in history
What exam board?
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How would i structure a 10 mark, 6 mark, 8 mark, 4 mark,12 mark and a 16 mark question in history
Is this for OCR?
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For for AQA pm me
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sorry this is late but its aqa
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sorry this is late but its aqa
Di you have the AQA black and red modern world history textbook at all?
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4 mark:
4 individual points, or 2 points with brief development or an extra detail.

6 mark:
2 detailed points and explanations, or 3 brief explanation with a certain degree of detail. Seperate in paragraphs.

10 mark:
Intro (answer the question), 2 detailed explanations for the proposed explanation, 2 against, conclusion with final justification

12 mark:
Analysis for the statement using the source + source context evaluation for both sides and then conclude.

16 mark:
Evaluate all sources and add own knowledge while answering questions. I just go crazy on this **** and scribble down everything I know lol


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4 mark:
4 individual points, or 2 points with brief development or an extra detail.

6 mark:
2 detailed points and explanations, or 3 brief explanation with a certain degree of detail. Seperate in paragraphs.

10 mark:
Intro (answer the question), 2 detailed explanations for the proposed explanation, 2 against, conclusion with final justification

12 mark:
Analysis for the statement using the source + source context evaluation for both sides and then conclude.

16 mark:
Evaluate all sources and add own knowledge while answering questions. I just go crazy on this **** and scribble down everything I know lol


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Could these structures be applied to the ocr history questions?
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4 mark:
4 individual points, or 2 points with brief development or an extra detail.

6 mark:
2 detailed points and explanations, or 3 brief explanation with a certain degree of detail. Seperate in paragraphs.

10 mark:
Intro (answer the question), 2 detailed explanations for the proposed explanation, 2 against, conclusion with final justification

12 mark:
Analysis for the statement using the source + source context evaluation for both sides and then conclude.

16 mark:
Evaluate all sources and add own knowledge while answering questions. I just go crazy on this **** and scribble down everything I know lol


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Thanks i found this helpful and as an example question how would i answer how hitler established a dictatorship? Oh and also would i need to do anything else other than cramming knowledge and answering questions to revise well for history?
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Could these structures be applied to the ocr history questions?
Yep!! These structures are actually for the OCR exam. I do OCR History and this is the best structures to use according to my (amazing) teacher and the mark scheme


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Yep!! These structures are actually for the OCR exam. I do OCR History and this is the best structures to use according to my (amazing) teacher and the mark scheme


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thank you so much for the reply!!!
Oh and how are you finding the controlled assessent? I'm finding it really diffiult. Could you suggest the things that i should include to get an a* please?
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thank you so much for the reply!!!
Oh and how are you finding the controlled assessent? I'm finding it really diffiult. Could you suggest the things that i should include to get an a* please?
Strong point, evidence explain paragraphs. Use plenty of sources to back up what you're saying, quote the sources and evaluate how reliable and useful they are (eg. If it it a picture it shows hard evidence from the time)


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Strong point, evidence explain paragraphs. Use plenty of sources to back up what you're saying, quote the sources and evaluate how reliable and useful they are (eg. If it it a picture it shows hard evidence from the time)


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My teache said that im using quotes effectively however i need to evaluate sources properly, make a better conclussion and write effectively.

Cou you give me a method to evaluating soucres. (and do i have to evaluate all sources?)

OH and did I need to us a range of sources? because i have used only articles,
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