GCSE History: Exam is tomorrow and I am stressing out badly Watch

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I have no idea how I will learn all of the remaining content that I need to know. I only have today to revise what I have left to and there is still quite a bit. I have no idea how I will do it and I am so stressed out right now. Please help
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What are you being tested on? Medicine? Warfare?
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Type in to youtube "edexcel history medicine through time" (without the speech marks).
There's a 38 video playlist on medicine through time that is super awesome

Are you doing edexcel?

Hope I helped!
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What are you being tested on? Medicine? Warfare?
Germany and Ireland history for CCEA
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Try YouTube videos, although not sure which channels (type into google the topic is your best bet) and looking at past papers on the aqa website to get to grips with the style of the questions

You’re not alone 😩 I’m frantically going over paper one
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just read over a revision guide thats it
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(Original post by FS2001)
just read over a revision guide thats it
That is what I am doing but how do you remember all of the information??
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well to be honest i dont really remember the dates that much but the content i kind of remember because its kind of interesting like for Conflict and Tension AQA i remember the term "weltpolitik" because it sounds strange etc
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go on seneca learning and memorise as you work through or find flashcards on quizlet that people have made and memorise them
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Don't worry I'm in the same position with medicine😁
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In History, what tends to be important is to understand: What are the major changes? Why did these changes occur? What was the consequences of the changes? Use your revision guide to find what the key changes are in the topics you are studying. For example, one of my papers is on Democracy and Dictatorship: Germany 1890 - 1918. Within this topic, the key changes are : the growth of socialism and increased industrialisation under Kaiser Wilhelm II, the collapse of the Weimar Republic, the rise of Hitler, social and economic policy under the leadership of the Nazi party.

Once you have your list of changes, there should be around 4-7 for each unit, draw a table of what it was like before the change, why the change happened, consequences of the change and any key statistics or dates associated with the change. All you then have to do is revise from the table.

I wouldn't recommend this as a long-term revision stratergy if you were aiming for an 8 or 9, but it will definately be enough to help you pass. It's now quater past four, even if you go to bed at eleven you have another six hours to revise for and a break for dinner. Good luck!
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(Original post by intisarac)
go on seneca learning and memorise as you work through or find flashcards on quizlet that people have made and memorise them
OMG thanks to you i found out about senaca and its so so helpful,thanksssss
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