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HistoryKid GCSE revision - The USA
- History Revision on Bebo? Genius!
- Me, Myself, and I
- Revising GCSE History isn’t easy.
I know, because I’m doing it.
I am a 16-year-old GCSE student, studying history, and, quite frankly, struggling. I’m predicted an A*, but I’m likely to get a C because I never had the motivation or means to revise well.
I have come up with a free revision programme, targeted at AQA Specification B, but with aspects of all exam specifications, here on Bebo, because this is where I used to end up when I was supposed to be revising.
I hope you find it interesting and informative, the most exciting way you have ever revised, and I also hope it helps you to get the motivation together to gain the grades you deserve.
This Revision Guide is for:
AQA Spec B, Paper 2
The USA, 1919 - ’39 [prosperity and depression; the boom and the crash]
Free Revision Videos_xD
Add a little interest to your History Revision.
If you can’t be bothered reading all of this here and now, leave me a comment, and I can organise to email you a free revision video slide show with all of the information on it, but with pretty pictures too!
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Your teachers spend their whole lives telling you how to revise, I bet!
But, I bet you have never found any of it interesting or helpful, either.
That’s all about to change.
The key to successful revision is to have the motivation, the reason to revise, whatever your subject may be. You need to be interested, and you need to be ready to work.
So, if you’re not a morning person, wait until later.
If you’re a chocoholic, promise yourself extra Galaxy bars for every target you hit, or for every chapter you revise.
If what you really love is the cinema, see if you can persuade you Mum to buy you a ticket for each target grade you hit.
Because whatever your teachers might say, you are not doing it for yourself, and you know it. You’re probably doing it for the grades, or for your parents or something else entirely.
And that’s great.
So long as you DO do it!
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