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I am a bit confused on how to write out an essay, do you guys have any ideas on how I can lay it out?
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I quite like PEEL. Point evidence explanation and link.
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I quite like PEEL. Point evidence explanation and link.

I was thinking the same but i wasnt sure as that structure is more for GCSE isnt it?
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i will help you step by step. please text me soon
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I was thinking the same but i wasnt sure as that structure is more for GCSE isnt it?
Oh I’m doing GCSE what are you doing then?
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There is a good book for all History students to read on writing essays : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Writing-His...94V0XW60A0BWCH

You have to sit down and read the entire book - you wont find one sentence that is the 'answer'. Its worth doing - it really will help.
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i will help you step by step. please text me soon
Yep if you could that would be really greatful.
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There is a good book for all History students to read on writing essays : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Writing-His...94V0XW60A0BWCH

You have to sit down and read the entire book - you wont find one sentence that is the 'answer'. Its worth doing - it really will help.

Have you read it?
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[QUOTE=Vishstar;76655688]I am a bit confused on how to write out an essay, do you guys have any ideas on how I can lay it out?[/QUOTE

There is a new publication available on Amazon (Kindle version and paperback) which is free for Kindle Unlimited members. It is exceptionally useful for students looking to learn the skills of writing History essays. It’s called: 33 Easy Ways to Improve Your History Essays. It will help you immensely. The authors run the Versus History Project, www.versushistory.com. @versushistory

Just follow the link to Amazon: https://goo.gl/v6n3vL

Best wishes.
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Is it for edexcel 9hio?



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I am a bit confused on how to write out an essay, do you guys have any ideas on how I can lay it out?[/QUOTE

There is a new publication available on Amazon (Kindle version and paperback) which is free for Kindle Unlimited members. It is exceptionally useful for students looking to learn the skills of writing History essays. It’s called: 33 Easy Ways to Improve Your History Essays. It will help you immensely. The authors run the Versus History Project, www.versushistory.com. @versushistory

Just follow the link to Amazon: https://goo.gl/v6n3vL

Best wishes.
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It’s for all exam boards - it gives tips for writing essays, regardless of exam board but it uses some Edexcel style questions as prompts. It is genuinely useful for any exam board.
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