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i want to get a head start on some of my alevel topics. would you reccomend any websites?

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Unit 1H: Britain transformed 1918 - 97
Unit 2H: The USA 1920 - 55 Boom, Bust and Recovery
Unit 33: The Witch craze in Britain, Europe and North
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https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...n/a-level-aqa/ For Economics, I suggest you strengthen your GCSE knowledge and for history, I suggest looking at youtube videos to get a rough idea of the time period. For all of them, I suggest looking at the specification and see how both the exam and course is structured. I do History A level so if you have any specific questions, feel free to ask
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https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...n/a-level-aqa/ For Economics, I suggest you strengthen your GCSE knowledge and for history, I suggest looking at youtube videos to get a rough idea of the time period. For all of them, I suggest looking at the specification and see how both the exam and course is structured. I do History A level so if you have any specific questions, feel free to ask
what topics do you study for Alevel history?
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what topics do you study for Alevel history?
I study Tudor England and Weimar and Nazi Germany
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