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Hi, I have got a History exam next week. I am doing OCR history B A011/01 - Aspects of International Relations - The Cold War 1945 to 1975 and Germany 1918 to 1945

How do I revise for this???? I can't seem to concentrate on what part to revise and there are so many things to revise...
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lolz first thing to do is step away from the computer screen....
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jk what bit of revising you struggling on?
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Hi, I have got a History exam next week. I am doing OCR history B A011/01 - Aspects of International Relations - The Cold War 1945 to 1975 and Germany 1918 to 1945

How do I revise for this???? I can't seem to concentrate on what part to revise and there are so many things to revise...
My friend chose history for GCSE, and she got a really good grade overall for it. She revised by doing mindmaps of the topics, and then trying to answer questions which links to the source/evidence, something like that. If u need anymore help, then i could ask her
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jk what bit of revising you struggling on?
Literally all of history Ocr B.
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Literally all of history Ocr B.
go through your notes and condense em. That way you are revising and preparing your notes.
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Literally all of history Ocr B.
Use your text book!
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Step 1. Close TSR.
Step 2. Get some revision thingymajiggy, e.g. your book or a revision guide.
Step 3. Open your book/revision guide.
Step 4. Read what's in front of you.
Step 5. Turn over to the next page.
Step 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until there are no pages left.
Step 7. Hope for the best.

(This is kind of a joke, sorry, haha. It's basically what I do though. Maybe do a few past papers after learning!)
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go through your notes and condense em. That way you are revising and preparing your notes.
I have no notes.
Should i buy the cgp ocr history b revision guide? It was published in 2013 and i can get it by tomorrow (amazon prime). However, i think the spec changed and i am not sure if the cgp book covers all the content. I have the condensed ben walsh book for exams 2015 and onwards
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I have no notes.
Should i buy the cgp ocr history b revision guide? It was published in 2013 and i can get it by tomorrow (amazon prime). However, i think the spec changed and i am not sure if the cgp book covers all the content. I have the condensed ben walsh book for exams 2015 and onwards
yea i guess you should
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