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Can someone give me an detailed,structured answer which would be awarded full marks for these questions:

Explain two consequences of Tehran Conference in 1943.
Explain two consequences of Yalta Conference in 1945.
Explain two consequences of Potsdam Conference in 1945.
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No, because that would be doing the work for you. We can offer you help in certain areas though.
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Can someone give me an detailed,structured answer which would be awarded full marks for these questions:

Explain two consequences of Tehran Conference in 1943.
Explain two consequences of Yalta Conference in 1945.
Explain two consequences of Potsdam Conference in 1945.
I'm guessing you've been set this as homework, right?
Exam practice is very important in order to be able to obtain high marks in your exams. We won't be here to help you in the actual exam.
If you're struggling, speak to your History teacher who will be able to go through the questions with you.
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No, because that would be doing the work for you. We can offer you help in certain areas though.
(Original post by Splendidsword)
I'm guessing you've been set this as homework, right?
Exam practice is very important in order to be able to obtain high marks in your exams. We won't be here to help you in the actual exam.
If you're struggling, speak to your History teacher who will be able to go through the questions with you.
No I'm typing up all the possible exam questions and answers so I can practise them when it comes nearer to the exam. I'm using multiple resources to type up the answers and for these couple of questions I don't know the specific consequences for which you get marks for ( it only talks about the agreements and disagreements,not the consequences.)
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No I'm typing up all the possible exam questions and answers so I can practise them when it comes nearer to the exam. I'm using multiple resources to type up the answers and for these couple of questions I don't know the specific consequences for which you get marks for ( it only talks about the agreements and disagreements,not the consequences.)
That's probably not the best way to revise. I now a few people who've scored over 95% in GCSE history who never use such strenuous preparation methods.
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No I'm typing up all the possible exam questions and answers so I can practise them when it comes nearer to the exam. I'm using multiple resources to type up the answers and for these couple of questions I don't know the specific consequences for which you get marks for ( it only talks about the agreements and disagreements,not the consequences.)
That's not a good method for revision. The answers you produce yourself are the answers you will retain more.
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That's probably not the best way to revise. I now a few people who've scored over 95% in GCSE history who never use such strenuous preparation methods.
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That's not a good method for revision. The answers you produce yourself are the answers you will retain more.
How shall I revise?
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How shall I revise?
Look at the basic information on each of the conferences - look at what happened because of them.
Write up an answer.
Ask a teacher to mark them.
Use their feedback.
Then you can look at some basic recall revision.
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