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So Civil rights and vietnam war is coming up and i’m wondering what marks the questions are going to be (like the american west was 4/8/8/8)
Is there a consequence/describe/explain question and are there any 16 markers
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I think there is a 8 marker for the sources a 4 marker for interpretation and another 4 for that as well and a 16 marker + 4 for spag for the interpertation i
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I think there is a 8 marker for the sources a 4 marker for interpretation and another 4 for that as well and a 16 marker + 4 for spag for the interpertation i
wait so is it like the previous paper where they’re both in separate booklets?
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Two things you can infer (4 marks)
Explain why (12 marks)
How useful are the sources (8 marks)
Main difference between the interpretations (4 marks)
Suggest one reason why they are different (4 marks)
How far do you agree (16 marks)
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Two things you can infer (4 marks)
Explain why (12 marks)
How useful are the sources (8 marks)
Main difference between the interpretations (4 marks)
Suggest one reason why they are different (4 marks)
How far do you agree (16 marks)
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will they have two sets of these questions for both topics?
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No they switch it around every now and then. Section A could be Vietnam or Civil Rights
It's only one set of questions
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tysm

will they have two sets of these questions for both topics?
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