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I am now yr13 doing a level history on AQA making of modern Britain and Germany but year 12 was a struggle for me so i was wondering what the best ways to revise past content would be. i find alevel history is a lot to fit onto flashcards....
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The best way is to write out short essay plans for each possible question ( key arguments and structure ).The plans can then be condensed into flash cards with key facts.

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1. Nail the content. If you’re aiming for an A+ this is definitely essential. You wanna remember everything in your course content. Best way I find is to copy out from a textbook, could also just make a PowerPoint or fact file on each of the major points in the specification. It’s boring but it gets the points into your head. Although it’s boring, this is the easy part
2. Nail the exam technique/essay writing. This is the difficult but more entertaining part. Does as many practice essays as you can, read examiner reports from them, read other people’s answers who scored highly, copy their technique/style of writing. After youre pretty confident with this write down as many potential questions as you can and make mind maps with them branching out potential points to answer the question. Eventually one of those questions may be on the exam and you already know the plan
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