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Is gcse history and it harddd?

Is gcse history and it harddd? Topic: How to write a good history coursework gcse
July 22, 2019 / By Joetta
Question: Is GSCE history and ict hard i have chosen these subjects because i think i am pretty gud at them but the feedback i have been getting on history is that its crapp and i shudnt do it i have also chosen geoghraphy which im not soo good att,but i am going to put my head downnn and can u also tell me how is english i have to sit that 1 year early,how is maths science and also re cannn u please tellll me and o grapic art and design is that a hrd subjecttttt sorry im asking a bit muchhh but i am reallllly lostttttt,and is it true gcse ar getting easier i hope they are
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Gay Gay | 8 days ago
IT really depends on the exam board. I was with edexcel and did the worst course of my life! it was 100% coursework and we had to organise an event with loads of music databases, excel queries, etc etc and it turned out we were supposed to be keeping a diary of what we were doing so on the week it was due I had to write a fake diary! got an A to my surprise but yeh, depends which exam board History can be ok or difficult depending on the type of person you are. If you're good an analysing and remembering then it's ideal. I got an A* in history although I have to admit I worked soooo hard for it good luck :)
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Gay Originally Answered: Where can I find OCR GCSE History B Paper 2 Past Papers?
http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/type/gcse/hss/history_b/documents/ Click on past papers, they have some there.. don't know if they are what you're looking for though..? :)
Gay Originally Answered: Where can I find OCR GCSE History B Paper 2 Past Papers?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Where can I find OCR GCSE History B Paper 2 Past Papers? I use past paper 4 revision so, anyone kno how or where 2 get some? The paper should contain 1 of 3 topics, Votes for women, the homefront or social and liberal reforms I've checked freeexampapers.com and OCR's website, i cant find any

Debby Debby
I think gcse history is relatively easy, geography on the other hand is slightly harder, but if you put your head down then you'll be fine, none of it's unmanageable. I also did gcse english a year early, did no revision and got an a* (just got my results and was mega happy). Maths is pretty hard as is science, but depends if you do double or triple award. Graphic art and design is brilliant, really fun and relaxed, hard work but you'll be willing to do it cos its so fun. And gcse's are not hard but not easy, they're just same level of hardness as everything else, believe me you won't struggle majorly with it. Good luck, xxx
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Britney Britney
GCSE History is really easy. i just got my results and got an A in it and i aint the brightest student either.
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Britney Originally Answered: I have a history test I need help with. Are you a History buff? History Major? Then lend me some knowledge?
In order of presentation, here are some site to assist you: http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/presiden... http://www.mrburnett.net/civilwar.html discusses reconstruction with timelines and major influences so you can make up your own mind http://www.usatourist.com/english/inside... Add railroads to ease transportation of slaughtered beef to this site See above. Add tornadoes and hail. See reconstruction. Add cost of medical care for war veterans and absence of major industry. http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/programs/destinationamerica/ see also http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/268943/immigration_from_1870_to_1920_nativist.htm See above. Google new immigrants for alternative sites with more ddetails. http://www.us-highways.com/sohist.htm start here and expand to other industries http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/693.html Just google the terms and compare what you read. That should solve your textbook problem!

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