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My period study is: Tsardom and Communism and i need help on revising it.
Any revsion tips? Techniques?
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My period study is: Tsardom and Communism and i need help on revising it.
Any revsion tips? Techniques?
Same as for any.

1. Organise revision with a study planner.

2. Get a decent revision book and make decent notes or mind maps. [are your good enough?]

3. Practice exams and writing essay plans. practice more. Timed.
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Unfortunately we dont have revision guides, just mini booklets and textbooks
Also not to sure on how to set out my mindmap??
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For mindmap, I find spider diagram the most useful format. Write a key event in the centre and then coming off this, write down the separate causes of this event, people involved etc. Timelines can also be useful
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Essay Plans my friend.

The Tsardom and Communism topic is not at broad as you may think, so you can prepare questions that have a high chance of coming up.
Here are a few questions you may want to prepare for:
- Russia's Economy and working conditions during Nicolas II [Semi-Likely]
- Disparities between the rich and poor during the reign of Nicolas II [Unlikely]
- Causes of the 1905 Revolution [Likely]
- Nicolas II response to the revolution (Duma, Stolypin etc.) [Likely]
- Impact of the First World War on Russia [Semi-Likely]
- What led to the abdication of the Tsar [Highly Likely]
- Why the Provisional Government failed [Likely]
- October/November Revolutions (almost always a source question) [Unlikely]
- Impact of Lenin's Rise to Power [Likely]
- The Civil War Between the Reds and The Whites, and why the Reds Won [Semi-Likely]
- War Communism and the NEP [Likely]
- The Kronstadt rebellion (useful knowledge in relations to war communist)
- Stalin's rise to power [Likely]
- Stalin's Propaganda, The Cheka and his Cult of Personality (source question probably) [Semi-Likely]
- Stalin's Modernisation of the USSR and the impacts on the working class [Highly-Likely]
- Stalin and the Second World War [Semi-Likely]

Hope this helps in some way!
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Essay Plans my friend.

The Tsardom and Communism topic is not at broad as you may think, so you can prepare questions that have a high chance of coming up.
Here are a few questions you may want to prepare for:
- Russia's Economy and working conditions during Nicolas II [Semi-Likely]
- Disparities between the rich and poor during the reign of Nicolas II [Unlikely]
- Causes of the 1905 Revolution [Likely]
- Nicolas II response to the revolution (Duma, Stolypin etc.) [Likely]
- Impact of the First World War on Russia [Semi-Likely]
- What led to the abdication of the Tsar [Highly Likely]
- Why the Provisional Government failed [Likely]
- October/November Revolutions (almost always a source question) [Unlikely]
- Impact of Lenin's Rise to Power [Likely]
- The Civil War Between the Reds and The Whites, and why the Reds Won [Semi-Likely]
- War Communism and the NEP [Likely]
- The Kronstadt rebellion (useful knowledge in relations to war communist)
- Stalin's rise to power [Likely]
- Stalin's Propaganda, The Cheka and his Cult of Personality (source question probably) [Semi-Likely]
- Stalin's Modernisation of the USSR and the impacts on the working class [Highly-Likely]
- Stalin and the Second World War [Semi-Likely]

Hope this helps in some way!
Thank you very much. This has been VERY useful
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For mindmap, I find spider diagram the most useful format. Write a key event in the centre and then coming off this, write down the separate causes of this event, people involved etc. Timelines can also be useful

Thank you, i will give it a try. Hopefully it works for me
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