Conflict and Tension GCSE

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So, towards the end of april I have mock exams coming up and I am totally unsure how I should revise for history GCSE. Does anyone have any useful and effective methods regarding how to revise for history?
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I like making flashcards/using quizlet to remember important dates and figures.
Then for the content I think making timelines are really helpful, as are practice questions to really cement ur knowledge!
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I like making flashcards/using quizlet to remember important dates and figures.
Then for the content I think making timelines are really helpful, as are practice questions to really cement ur knowledge!
Thank you so much! Dates are a big problem for me and I will definitely work on them with this advice.
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When I did GCSE history- I made an A5 booklet filled with all the significant dates- so all the dates for Medicine through time and Conflict and Tension and Germany and grouped them together for each one (So it was really handy just to pull it out before the exam and have a quick flick through). For the rest of it, I read through a lot of textbooks (the AQA ones for each topic) and watched GCSE Pod and the occasional Crash Course video to further my knowledge. I think something that you have to do is really learn the structures for each question for AQA we had a 4 mark source question, an 8 mark knowledge recall and comparison question and finally a balanced answer question and you can find the structures for them in the AQA or the exam board books. Also learn it as though you are going to teach someone else, that way you learn it rigorously. Enjoy!!!
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