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How do I best revise history? I’m studying the Cold War, Elizabeth, Germany and Medicine. Medicine is easy enough, but how do I memorise all the content for Cold War? There’s tonnes. 😬

** I mostly work with revision cards and posters, I’ve made all of these and now just need to learn the information
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This is something I want to find out as well. Doing a level history. I have a plan of what to do but not sure is it will be beneficial
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Hey! I’m doing almost exactly the same, except I’m doing America instead of Germany.... you on the exam board WJEC? I find cue cards with the key facts stuck around the house helps, or coloured mind maps with images so you can connect certain facts with simpler things to remember. I agree, the Cold War stuff is really hard to remember! Wish you all the best of luck!
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I’m actually on edexcel,, don’t like this exam board because they phrase questions very weirdly, same for geography. I think I’m going to make a long list of questions and just keep going through them, but glad to know I’m not the only one struggling!!
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(Original post by laurenmn1)
How do I best revise history? I’m studying the Cold War, Elizabeth, Germany and Medicine. Medicine is easy enough, but how do I memorise all the content for Cold War? There’s tonnes. 😬

** I mostly work with revision cards and posters, I’ve made all of these and now just need to learn the information


Mindmaps and flash cards helped me alot i have recently sat my history mocks another thing that helps is making a timeline with key infomation of important dates its good to know some factual background about these dates so that in a exam if they ask you what happaned after a certain date you will know what to write another thing that helped a lot was past papers as they help you to structure your anwser in a way so that you get all marks. hope this helps and goood luck!
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