how to revise export/import statistics (History A-level)

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IzobelloJam
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I'm doing the British empire module and I have to learn export/import statistics for a couple years and to different places (e.g. we have to learn the exports to dominions and to each specific part of the empire)

I've tried learning on quizlet but I literally cannot get the numbers into my head. There's too many sub-categories etc going on and I get so easily confused between the numbers for different areas/years.

Does anybody have a strategy that could help?
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hi! I take the same module for history as well I tend to get confused with statistics/facts especially for history but what I do is break down my revision into diff chunks (ie. trade and commerce 1890-1914, trade and commerce 1914-1947) and identify what the pattern is within that small category (ie. British trade within the interwar years was still strong with the dominions up until the Great Depression). I also write out timelines and practice my flashcards according to category so it's easier to notice overall patterns. I'd also recommend focussing on statistics/examples which can be applied for a range of essays rather than trying to know all the statistics. Good luck x
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Thank you so much!
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