Epearson01
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Hi everyone, so my history teacher really isn’t the best at answering my questions, and hasn’t really taught me all year, I’m a bit concerned that I’m gonna fail. I am entered as doing nazi Germany, conflict and tension, history of medicine and the normans. I really don’t understand the normans and would feel much more comfortable answering the questions on Elizabethan England. If I answer those questions in the exam will they still be marked? Or should I just answer the normans even though I do not understand?
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Yes - they will mark which ever section you answer, and do not know the options that your teacher has chosen for you. If you really are more confident on elizabethan than norman, than it may be worth doing. If so, you may find this helpful: https://app.senecalearning.com/class...1-97c382137027

But go fully through the elizabethan course and make sure you are completely sure than you are going to do better on that than you are on Norman. If it's marginal, I'd recommend playing it safe and sticking with what you were taught!
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Thank you 😊
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