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I'm basically studying the French revolution and British history for my s level course. I feel that the rate I'm working right know isn't really good and up to the a levels standard. I literat need help especially on the French revolution history because I literally do it understand anythinf and I feel like I don't even know what's going on. This is because there are so many events and so many names of people in one context which just makes it so confusing. I desperately need and advice and revision tip for my French revolution couse as I don't know anything. I really need to pass this course at least achieve a grade B. But very time I mthink about it I feel like I'm not going to do well in my a level history because of the French revolution as it is so hard for me
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I'm basically studying the French revolution and British history for my s level course. I feel that the rate I'm working right know isn't really good and up to the a levels standard. I literat need help especially on the French revolution history because I literally do it understand anythinf and I feel like I don't even know what's going on. This is because there are so many events and so many names of people in one context which just makes it so confusing. I desperately need and advice and revision tip for my French revolution couse as I don't know anything. I really need to pass this course at least achieve a grade B. But very time I mthink about it I feel like I'm not going to do well in my a level history because of the French revolution as it is so hard for me
Ok, so i dont do A-level History however i rememeber what gcse History was like with all of the events and dates so i know it is hard! First off dont beat yourself up to much, my advice to you is to make some nice detailed flashcards with names and dates and events and test yourself as much as you possibly can, but before you can do that i would suggest going back to basics, getting a textbook and just re learning it! Thats what i had to do for my science and now im on track to get A. Also make good use of your teachers, dont be affraid to express your concern and ask for there advice and guidence.
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