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    is there a structure to answer aqa history questions?
    my teacher never taught us about a structure to use but other classes in my school have been taught a specific structure
    ive got my exam on monday and i was wondering whether someone could give me a structure that i could use to answer with to get a grade A in unit 1.

    I'm not sure whether you are doing History A or History B, but I can say what we did for history B. I don't think a structure is that important, but it can help you keep on track.

    4 marker: no real structure, just make sure you get 3 or 4 points in and expand on 1 or 2 of them.

    6 marker: DEKAP- Describe Explain Knowledge Alternative view Provenance.
    Some people are also taught ADPA Agree Disagree Provenance Argument( as in your view)

    10 marker: One side, the other side, conclusion with judgement.

    Hope this helps Sorry if you are in fact doing History A
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