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Does anyone have any good ideas or tips for remembering specifics of the 5 year plans?
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Does anyone have any good ideas or tips for remembering specifics of the 5 year plans?
What level of study?

I either drew a mind map or a table.

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Target set
Why?
Target achieved.
Cost and effect.
Benefits and effect.
Success, failure or evaluation.

If you have some facts like 330,000 extra tonnes of steel an increase of XYZ
But other facts X thousand starved or died. It helps give you a framework to discuss any essay.
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What level of study?

I either drew a mind map or a table.

Aims
Target set
Why?
Target achieved.
Cost and effect.
Benefits and effect.
Success, failure or evaluation.

If you have some facts like 330,000 extra tonnes of steel an increase of XYZ
But other facts X thousand starved or died. It helps give you a framework to discuss any essay.
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A2 level of study and thanks
Look at the questions. A level moves from what were they and more to whether they were worth it and how successful? Did they make Russia stronger or did they make Stalin stronger?

Also some questions where kit contrasts with Lenins NEP. Was one better or more competent than the other?

Its always good where you can make a case for the leader strengthening their own position v the position of Russia.

Not sure the scope of your syllabus, but dont forget the human cost and people he killed.

You can also be asked for an angle about their contribution to the war and resisting the Germans.
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Thanks mate, i'm just doing as many past papers as i can get my hands on, the course goes from 1855-1964 (the breadth side of the AQA syllabus)
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Look at the questions. A level moves from what were they and more to whether they were worth it and how successful? Did they make Russia stronger or did they make Stalin stronger?

Also some questions where kit contrasts with Lenins NEP. Was one better or more competent than the other?

Its always good where you can make a case for the leader strengthening their own position v the position of Russia.

Not sure the scope of your syllabus, but dont forget the human cost and people he killed.

You can also be asked for an angle about their contribution to the war and resisting the Germans.
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Thanks for that, i'll have a look at it
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Thanks mate, i'm just doing as many past papers as i can get my hands on, the course goes from 1855-1964 (the breadth side of the AQA syllabus)
Which gives you a wider view of Russia's emergence as a super power and industrialisation.

Have the core facts so you know what they are and the things I suggested, then that should give you the skeleton facts for any essay.
Its then a case for being able to understand the question, the issues, analyse them, argue why + evidence and then evaluate. Thats where the real marks are.
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