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    So normally, I revise through making notes from videos or re-writing other peoples notes in a way I can best understand as I have difficulty finding info that may or may not be relevant from text books.

    I'm looking for revision material for the Early Tudors which I'm having difficulty in finding. My budget is tight hence I cannot buy revision guides. I've never done OCR which makes it all the more harder. Help anyone?

    Thanks x
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    (Original post by mfadia07)
    So normally, I revise through making notes from videos or re-writing other peoples notes in a way I can best understand as I have difficulty finding info that may or may not be relevant from text books.

    I'm looking for revision material for the Early Tudors which I'm having difficulty in finding. My budget is tight hence I cannot buy revision guides. I've never done OCR which makes it all the more harder. Help anyone?

    Thanks x
    Honestly the most efficient for me would be revision guides as its a reliable source of material.

    Get Christmas presents of cash and then buy second hand, even if its previous editions from Amazon or ebay. Alternatively get a Saturday job.

    Other peoples notes can be unreliable and have big gaps in them.
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    (Original post by mfadia07)
    So normally, I revise through making notes from videos or re-writing other peoples notes in a way I can best understand as I have difficulty finding info that may or may not be relevant from text books.

    I'm looking for revision material for the Early Tudors which I'm having difficulty in finding. My budget is tight hence I cannot buy revision guides. I've never done OCR which makes it all the more harder. Help anyone?

    Thanks x
    (I wish I could help, but I'm in Year 13 doing OCR History A-Level and we study the Late Tudors!)

    The textbook itself does have all the information needed, as well as you should find practice questions in there either at the end of each chapter, as you're going along, or the end of the book. I would recommend reading the textbook and making your own notes. It's worth buying.

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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Honestly the most efficient for me would be revision guides as its a reliable source of material.

    Get Christmas presents of cash and then buy second hand, even if its previous editions from Amazon or ebay. Alternatively get a Saturday job.

    Other peoples notes can be unreliable and have big gaps in them.
    thank you x
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    thank you x
    I would also suggest when you make your notes do timelines and mind maps.
 
 
 
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