A-Level History study partner needed!

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stresssedyute
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anybody do edexcel history?
I study:Maos China,Lenin-yeltsin russia and Britain agitation and parliamentary reform.
I currently failing and I have my a level exams in June...
anybody got any good tips or ways of revising?
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I do Edexcel, although not those topics. But I imagine the paper structure is the same so I'll give what advice I can. It's a really hard course, and there is a lot of content- so be kind to yourself, you're doing better than you think!

Paper 1: This is the hard one. Huge content levels and a huge time frame. So for section A and B you need to learn the content focusing particularly on chronology. If you know what's going on that'll come across in the exam. You don't need to know every stat or date, just figure out a few key ones and then make timelines and timelines. For section C it's less content and much easier. Try a few practices and ensure you know some own knowledge.
Paper 2: Revise content. There's less of it so it's easier to do. Flashcard/make revision books for each KT.
Paper 3: Haven't started yet! But recommend working on case studies!

Good luck!
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(Original post by englishlitgal03)
I do Edexcel, although not those topics. But I imagine the paper structure is the same so I'll give what advice I can. It's a really hard course, and there is a lot of content- so be kind to yourself, you're doing better than you think!

Paper 1: This is the hard one. Huge content levels and a huge time frame. So for section A and B you need to learn the content focusing particularly on chronology. If you know what's going on that'll come across in the exam. You don't need to know every stat or date, just figure out a few key ones and then make timelines and timelines. For section C it's less content and much easier. Try a few practices and ensure you know some own knowledge.
Paper 2: Revise content. There's less of it so it's easier to do. Flashcard/make revision books for each KT.
Paper 3: Haven't started yet! But recommend working on case studies!

Good luck!
Thankyou
and goodluck to you too💕
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