A-Level History HELP!Watch
(If it helps a little character analysis :P)- I am extremely hard working, and generally a good Student.
For those of you who studied History for GCSE and A-Level, do you apply things to learnt at GCSE to your A-Level? is any of the course content similer? I REALY NEED HELP!!
you dont need GCSE history to do A-level history.though a-level history is Dull.... more about learning for an exam than learning history. you honestly lose mark if all you do is talk about history in some exam bords. Some school do want GCSE history, to do A-level, so see if you can hack it, but course wise its not needed in any shape or form, in my experience.
You don't really need to have done GCSE History to do it at A level. Things that you learn at GCSE (such as comparing and evaluating sources) are taught at A level anyway. As long as you're good at English and writing essays you will be fine. I don't think doing GCSE History has helped me in any way with my A level course!