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Hi!
I am a private candidate to A levels history, so I do not have a teacher to help me out with taking my notes.
I received the follows advice:
"Initially, I would recommend a full read-through of the course content for unit 1 (Russia). Afterwards, I would go through and comprehensively read and make notes across 4 themes (political change, economic change, control change and social change). The questions in the course target these areas, so it makes sense to structure your notes this way."
What do you think? How detailed should they be?
Also, what is some good advice your teacher gave you that helped you with the course(that you would not know if they would not have told you)?

Many thanks!
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Research and note making.
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