How to structure daily history a level revision?

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Any tips or timetables for revising for history?
I’m struggling to get a decent of history revision daily coz I have to go through the content before I can do exam practice.
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I’m no expert but what I do is get a big piece of sugar paper, do a timeline and then condense the whole topic onto that sheet, I then teach the topic to friends, family (or just my wall) and then I’m ready for an essay plan. You should aim for 4 paragraphs an intro, conclusion and a sustained analysis throughout the essay xx
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Yh I’ve also done that n it is a good technique but not something I wanna do on a daily basis - too time consuming ygm
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I've made flashcards for all topics and I go through them all every morning, and I make timelines of key dates and profiles of key people. As someone else mentioned, teaching to someone is a really good way to learn it and gather your thoughts. Good luck!
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