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    Hi,

    So I've chose history as my as-levels recently, but I haven't any history at ALL before and i'll be self-teaching myself.
    I wanted to know how should I study for it?
    Any good resources?
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    (Original post by Hanna423)
    Hi,

    So I've chose history as my as-levels recently, but I haven't any history at ALL before and i'll be self-teaching myself.
    I wanted to know how should I study for it?
    Any good resources?
    Download the syllabus, by the course books off Amazon, use Google and find any 'proper' books that cover your topics. I don't know what you're studying, but there are loads of resources out there.
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    (Original post by MouseyBrown)
    Download the syllabus, by the course books off Amazon, use Google and find any 'proper' books that cover your topics. I don't know what you're studying, but there are loads of resources out there.
    I'm doing Britain and China and I couldn't find the right book for it, do u know any?
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    (Original post by Hanna423)
    I'm doing Britain and China and I couldn't find the right book for it, do u know any?
    Books on Britain and China do exist, but I still don't know what you're studying.
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    Hello I studied as level history (civil rights and russia) and I recommend the my revision notes revision guides, they are clear and concise and saved my whole grade as I used to get ds all the time, I can't recommend them enough
 
 
 
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