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I am on Edexcel History B and study Crime and Punishment, Germany as well as Protest. Does anyone have any tips on how to revise History? Currently I'm trying to learn the key dates.


Thanks and have a good day!
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Mindmaps and flashcards do help.
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Plan out essays that are likely to come up by using mind maps or bullet points.

Also, for source papers, practice exam technique and analyzing information.
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Mindmaps and flashcards do help.
(Original post by LucaDGS)
Plan out essays that are likely to come up by using mind maps or bullet points.

Also, for source papers, practice exam technique and analyzing information.
Thanks! Will make sure to carry out these techniques
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Hey, I studied History at GCSE and it was Edexcel but different topics from you. At then end (I got my results in 2016) I got an A in history. Part of this was having a fantastic teacher, he went over thousands of times what you need to write in each exam without having waffle.
So I would recommend doing just that, look at past exam paper and their mark schemes and look at their examiner's report.
See how often the question appears and then create mindmaps and cue cards to help create answers to these questions. Create summaries of what you learn in class as well.
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Hello!

I am on Edexcel History B and study Crime and Punishment, Germany as well as Protest. Does anyone have any tips on how to revise History? Currently I'm trying to learn the key dates.


Thanks and have a good day!
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(Original post by RebeccaDowling24)
Hey, I studied History at GCSE and it was Edexcel but different topics from you. At then end (I got my results in 2016) I got an A in history. Part of this was having a fantastic teacher, he went over thousands of times what you need to write in each exam without having waffle.
So I would recommend doing just that, look at past exam paper and their mark schemes and look at their examiner's report.
See how often the question appears and then create mindmaps and cue cards to help create answers to these questions. Create summaries of what you learn in class as well.
Hope I helped
Thank you very much Well done on your grade
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