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Hi
Long story short I haven't done ANY revision for my History A level - well not much compared to my other 2 subjects.

I haven't done any notes or exam Q's etc.

Is there ANY point in me making notes when the exam is in May 2019 (4 months!)

What are the best ways to revise for History at A level?
Is it worth it to make notes!?

If not what should I do?
- watch videos?
- make mind maps?
- answer exam Q's?

Topics:
- Britain politics
- America & conformity
- British Warfare
- coursework (doing now)

What should I do??????

Thank you
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Mind maps are helpful but I think exam questions are the best, don’t worry 4 months should be plenty of time if you really put the work in. Think positive!!
I used to have history videos playing while I was cooking or cleaning, just try to make the most of your time.
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