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Posted by U15528254 (U15528254) on Tuesday, 4th December 2012
I'm currently in year 11 and we are doing International Relations 1929-69. If you have taken the exam or currently revising for it, what techniques help you best to revise all the key dates and events?
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Posted by elenaa (U15549193) on Sunday, 23rd December 2012
ACRONYMS! Acronyms actually work and help you to remember key dates and events. Make a funny sentence or word up that way you'll remember them
Posted by TOR (U15102453) on Wednesday, 9th January 2013
I'm currently in year 11 and we are doing International Relations 1929-69. If you have taken the exam or currently revising for it, what techniques help you best to revise all the key dates and events? Cue cards help me the best when revising. All that needs to be on it are dates, names and key events - that way when you get a question on the topic you right down what you remember off of the cue card and then expand on it in the answer in full sentences! Good luck with the exam
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