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    I have just received my mock grades and I am really concerned with my history grade,in which,I got an E grade which is appalling.And I know that it's my fault as well because I went without revising but I am pretty sure I wrote all relevant things.

    I am doing Edexcel board :
    Unit 1 Medicine and treatment.
    Unit 2 Germany
    Unit 3 the transformation of surgery
    And course work(which I have already done)
    -Each weighting 25% .
    -Could anyone possibly suggest me some website - that are helpful and how to structure answers.
    And how to revise?

    Not sure about any websites, but in History I always felt that practising planning essays made a massive difference. I barely wrote any essays for revision but instead I wrote quick plans in exam conditions and time for about 30-40 exams qs.
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