AQA A Level History: Stuart Britain and the Crisis of Monarchy 7042/1D - 21 May 2019 Watch

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Exam thread for breadth paper
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How is everyone finding their revision with Stuart Britain? I'm so scared
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I’m finding it quite hard! I always think of the depth study as being harder, but so much happens with the Stuarts and there’s loads of parliaments, bills and events with similar names
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Omg same ! But we have got this and we will do well! In the examiners report it said how the interregnum was done badly. So I think this may come up aswell as the exclusion crisis. 😭
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I’m finding it quite hard! I always think of the depth study as being harder, but so much happens with the Stuarts and there’s loads of parliaments, bills and events with similar names
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loool if anyone can quickly log on and give me exam predictions I’ll be happy
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this is what has come up in the past two years

[2018]
extract - after 1688
personalities of the monarchs 1604-1625
restoration settlement was a failure
religious divisions between 1640-1660

[2017]
extract - James 1 views on monarchy
financial weaknesses of J + C
religious radicalism 1637-1667
'absolutism to constitutional monarchy' 1668-1702

unlikely the GR will come up but I reckon the extract will be on either Cromwell or Charles 2
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The AS featured finance in James 1 and charles 1, and reformation I think. I deffo think Cromwell will be coming up now
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this is what has come up in the past two years

[2018]
extract - after 1688
personalities of the monarchs 1604-1625
restoration settlement was a failure
religious divisions between 1640-1660

[2017]
extract - James 1 views on monarchy
financial weaknesses of J + C
religious radicalism 1637-1667
'absolutism to constitutional monarchy' 1668-1702

unlikely the GR will come up but I reckon the extract will be on either Cromwell or Charles 2
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I thought the AS exam only went up to the end of the civil war?
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The AS featured finance in James 1 and charles 1, and reformation I think. I deffo think Cromwell will be coming up now
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Yeah AS only goes up to civil war.
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I thought the AS exam only went up to the end of the civil war?
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its hard to guess what the exam could contain then. you can't really base the predictions off the AS exam considering it only covers half the course.
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Yeah AS only goes up to civil war.
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“How convincing are theses extracts in relation to puritanism between 1603 to 1640” sorry what aqa
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looool that source question can absolutely do one. As if I prepared the whole first year to be slapped puritans and civil war political religious radicalism. Only year 2 essay questions too. bruh
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what essay questions did everyone answer?
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3 and 4 lmao
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what essay questions did everyone answer?
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I was relying on year 1 content and I get an extract on Puritanism. Not even one essay. Got destroyed this exam.

Anyone else think question 3 was worded very oddly?
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Is 3 the personally responsible? because yeah I got a bit weirded out.

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I was relying on year 1 content and I get an extract on Puritanism. Not even one essay. Got destroyed this exam.

Anyone else think question 3 was worded very oddly?
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Is 3 the personally responsible? because yeah I got a bit weirded out.

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Yeah. I thought it was saying Charles II was personally responsible for the Restoration so you talk about other factors that contributed to it, but I heard people say it was something else.

Not even low grade boundaries can save me for this one tbh I’ve got to bang Paper 2
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For q3 (second essay) do you talk about how responsible charles II was in the success of the restoration so talk about his reign? or talk about leading up to his reign like madberty suggests?
I thought it's about his reign
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OMG what the **** was that extract questions?!?!?!?!?

I hope the examiners are ready to hear millenary petition, Hampton court conference, book of sports and king James bible in every single answer. What evidence did other people use for their questions?

I did Q2 and 3 because I went into the exam not knowing the glorious revolution so I wouldn't be able to answer the last question but my restoration essay was full of pure waffle
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How did everyone do in their coursework? Hoping that will pull up my grade after this awful paper.

Also please tell me I wasnt the only one struggling for time
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