AQA Classical Civilisation - Women in Athens and Rome PREDICTIONSWatch
So the exam is tomorrow, and I was just wondering what your guys predictions are for what the questions are going to be on? I looked at the past papers for the past 4 years and I predict there will be a lot about Athens for our section, I doubt there will be anything about Women at the Thesmophoria as that has been a 30 marker question for 2 years (2014/2016) and a lot of focus on Poisoning trial/Husbands defence/Proof of marriage but you never know with AQA.
What are your predictions? I will most likely be incorrect but would love to know your guys thoughts for tomorrow. Good luck!
I've only just seen this thread - my teacher created a spreadsheet with previous exam questions and created predictions for CIV1D course (Women in Athens and Rome) and he was spot on, hope you found the exams okay. I found both mine went a lot easier than expected and a lot of people have said the same.
Women in Athens and Rome wasn't as bad as I thought. My second exam was The Odyssey, which wasn't the best but that's what a couple of days revision gets you. A lot of my classmates found Women in Athens and Rome quite easy.
My second exam was on the Second Punic War and it wasn't a strong point because a lot of the people had same and similar names and dates of events were hard to remember at first until I found a technique that worked for me. Over the holidays i did loads of revision and learnt everything off by heart and the exam went great!
Have you started unit 3?