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    Hello everyone, I am currently studying EDEXCEL A level history, 'In search of the American Dream: the USA, c1917-96' and 'South Africa, 1948-94: from apartheid state to 'rainbow nation'.

    I would appreciate if any of you guys that have an A grade essay (mock or just key assessment essay, or even practice would be fine) that you could send to me, both sources and essay answer.

    Also if you have any useful tips, please tell me
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    OMG i really need some model answers too, apart from those at the back of the course's textbook. I'm struggling to get past a B/C in all my mocks and assessments.
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    (Original post by ybreezy)
    Hello everyone, I am currently studying EDEXCEL A level history, 'In search of the American Dream: the USA, c1917-96' and 'South Africa, 1948-94: from apartheid state to 'rainbow nation'.

    I would appreciate if any of you guys that have an A grade essay (mock or just key assessment essay, or even practice would be fine) that you could send to me, both sources and essay answer.

    Also if you have any useful tips, please tell me
    OMG yes doing the exact same exams but also British History as the A level addition.Hope all goes well for our results!!Will definitely be posting throughout the next academic year!! Good luck!!TIPS- Make a booklet page for each section for each exam going in order with the most important dates and information.- make cards out of them- get some questions from your teacher or make your own and use your resources accordingly with the AO's.- give them to your teacher to assess or make notes/grade-Read the text book before you go bed + make a goal of 15 pages read that week-Have a study buddy for the early part of the year and TEST each other!!However structuring your answers correctly is so important!Make sure you also set out the criteria at the beginning of your essay!Remember the AO'sMake a planned structure for each type of question - so follow the same structure for all 12 markers etc.That is what I was doing for the AS part and managed to get A's in the mocks.You can definitely do it Hope we both get the grades we need in August!!Good luck !!
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    has anyone been able to get their hands on something like that?
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    (Original post by ybreezy)
    Hello everyone, I am currently studying EDEXCEL A level history, 'In search of the American Dream: the USA, c1917-96' and 'South Africa, 1948-94: from apartheid state to 'rainbow nation'.

    I would appreciate if any of you guys that have an A grade essay (mock or just key assessment essay, or even practice would be fine) that you could send to me, both sources and essay answer.

    Also if you have any useful tips, please tell me
    omgsh yess ive literally just spent anhour finding this ..basically the exam hasnt been sat yet so thrs no past papers but ther are specimen papers for as and alevel i suggest u do both just to get a hang of how to write the answers.

    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...1446914373.pdf

    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...ed-SAM-WEB.pdf
 
 
 
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