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best way to revise history a level????
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best way to revise history a level????
I used flash cards and mind maps, and sometimes just writing out notes.
I tried to focus on paticular dates, because I really struggled to remember them.
Everyone’s different though so find what works for you
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best way to revise history a level????
Genuinely, they use very similar questions or formats every year. So the most important thing is to learn the styles of questions they could ask, for example for witchcraft they could ask us about reasons for a decline/rise in persecutions, what triggered hunts or mention a specific theme. Your job is to find out the types of questions they cold ask and fill in every possible scenario via essay plans because even if you practice for a question and that one doesn't come up, its impossible for the other plans you made not to answer/help you answer the question.
Hope that made sense!!
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Essay plans, and just doing essays. At least with history it's quite easy to write your own questions. The more you actually use the info you learn the better you'll remember it.
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I approached my A-levels by initially reading through source material, then completing a sufficient number of past papers. In order to revise for any test or the final exam, I would read through all my essays and if necessary the source material again for the topics I didn't touch on in my essays. My essays would serve as a summarized body of the most relevant information that I'd need to write in the exams. So I would go through them repetitively until I crammed all my information down. I would also underline all the main points of my essays to make re-revision even easier.
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Learning specific details. Extra reading.
Specifically, essay planning. At the end of the day there is only so much the exam board will ask you so planning essay points will really help you because for all you know an essay similar to one you've already planned could come up in the exam
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