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What ways do people find it best to study for History? I'm currently looking at South Africa Apartheid, USA Civil Rights and Britain Public Health and Poverty at A-Level but I don't know the best way to revise effectively for this... Any ideas???
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I think the best way would be to open the book and read its contents.
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I don't feel like that's the most effective way to revise the information and content but I suppose it does give all the basic outlines for the key topics. Thank you!
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Aside from that, I write down key facts and figures on Flashcards and memorise/Test myself as I go.

Another good way to revise is by doing past exam questions. You will be able to apply your knowledge and build up that depth of understanding. Doing past questions will also help you get the grip on the exam structure and helps to improve your technique for the real thing!
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(Original post by Evilstr99)
Aside from that, I write down key facts and figures on Flashcards and memorise/Test myself as I go.

Another good way to revise is by doing past exam questions. You will be able to apply your knowledge and build up that depth of understanding. Doing past questions will also help you get the grip on the exam structure and helps to improve your technique for the real thing!
Thank you! I feel like I would probably work best like this.
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