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Hi, I'm Lucy and I'm starting this thread so anyone who is taking the WJEC History course can get help and advice if they need it.

The topics that I am doing are:
The Elizabethan Age 1558-1603
Germany in transition 1919-1947
The development of the USA 1929-2000
Changes in health and medicine

Feel free to introduce yourself and say which topics you're doing.

I'm 15 and currently in year 11. I would like to study history in A-level and hopefully at university as well.
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Hey Lucy!

Edexcel, not WJEC

The topics are:
Crime and Punishment c1000-Present
Early Elizabethan England
Superpower Relations and The Cold War
The USA Conflict Home and Abroad 1954-75
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(Original post by RazzzBerries)
Hey Lucy!

Edexcel, not WJEC

The topics are:
Crime and Punishment c1000-Present
Early Elizabethan England
Superpower Relations and The Cold War
The USA Conflict Home and Abroad 1954-75
Hi Razz!
Might still be able to help with Early Elizabethan England as I do cover that in my course. We also briefly cover the Cold War and some USA wars.

If you need any help just ask and I might be able to help x
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Good luck. I did history last year- my best advice is memorising exam technique and doing past papers once fine with content
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Good luck. I did history last year- my best advice is memorising exam technique and doing past papers once fine with content
Thank you! My teacher's pretty good at drilling the technique into us. How did you do?
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I got a 9
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Woah! Well done!
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Hi Razz!
Might still be able to help with Early Elizabethan England as I do cover that in my course. We also briefly cover the Cold War and some USA wars.

If you need any help just ask and I might be able to help x
Thanks x I think my USA paper is more about black people’s rights and stuff but will let you know. Oh my I’m failing History so badly 😭
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I'm also doing about that, specifically the civil right movement and Black Panthers. Don't worry about being bad at history, I'm terrible at maths 😅 x
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And French 😅x
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hi, i got a 9 in wjec history this year! i did:

The Elizabethan Age 1558-1603
Germany in transition 1919-1947
The development of the USA 1929-2000
as well as the history of entertainment

if you need any help/advice send me a message and ill try my best to reply
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woah well done! I'll be sure to message if I need anything
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i got my elizabethan mock tomorrow, can you please explain to me the structure of the exam
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Hi, I’m currently 16 in year 11 and I’m doing my GCSE’s in 4 months. I did my mocks in year 10 in where I got a level 6 which was below the highest level you could get(a 7) as it wasn’t a full paper.I recently done my December mocks and got a level 3 in history which is shocking as I’m trying to take it for A levels. I’m also doing WJEC, and all of the exact topics that you mentioned above. I need help structuring my answers and on finding papers, I also need to work on timing which I could personally work on myself. Do you think you can help me in finding a website with exam questions please? Thank you.
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