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What is the key to doing well in longer answers?

The key to GCSE History exam long questions is key factual detail. It is imperative that you know precise factual detail to back up every point. This means dates, facts and relevant key factual information to validate your answers. Without this the examiner is not able to effectively see how much you actually know. It adds great weight to your essay if you add this detail. 

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Jacob H.

Degree: Y001 - Combined Honours (Geography and History) (Bachelors) - Newcastle University

Subjects offered: History, Physical Education+ 1 more

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“Who am I? I’m Jacob, a first-year Combined Honours student at Newcastle University, studying Geography and History. I pursued both at A-level (achieving an A and A* respectively), as well as PE (grade A*), and as a cricket lover, I fi...”

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Degree: History (Bachelors) - University College London University

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Degree: BA History (Bachelors) - Oxford, Lincoln College University

Subjects offered: History, Latin+ 4 more

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Economics
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“About me: Hello, my name is George and I'm an undergraduate reading History at Oxford. My aim is to be as approachable and patient as possible, explaining concepts with as much clarity as needed and encouraging you to have confidence ...”

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Degree: Law (Bachelors) - Warwick University

Subjects offered: History, Philosophy and Ethics+ 1 more

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“Hello, Little about Me: My name is Grace Tashie-Lewis and I am a Law student at Warwick University. I am passionate about written academic subjects. Subjects with lots of reading, which are primarily examined by essays are my strong ...”

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