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    I have my History Controlled Assessment on Wednesday and was wondering if anyone could provide any advice on how to get top marks?

    If you can, please mention specific things and how I can go about doing them in order
    to structure my answer.
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    Many thanks,

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    Exam board?

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    (Original post by BobBobson)
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    Edexcel.

    OP, I got an A in part one, it's not that hard. You are allowed to take a one sided sheet of notes with you... It's quite literally impossible to not get an A when you have a sheet of notes with you.... Write a introduction and conclusion along with 4-6 PEE paragraphs explaining your points. Easy A.
 
 
 
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