Remember - revision is a long term process of helping your brain to remember what you have learnt so that you can deploy it effectively in the exams. Get started ASAP!
- Get some top tips on effective revision by reading the leaflet "Revising the Facts" OR looking at "How Your Brain Learns"
- Once you have read the above, make a plan for how you are going to tackle revision. You can then get cracking!
A set of useful resources can be found in the main folder of the DOWNLOAD FILES section. Here you can find PowerPoints, notes and a range of other supporting materials.
There is also an "official" paid-for exam guide produced by the prolific Sally Waller HERE (although this is basically just the textbook again!!)
You may also find the following quizzes from Hodder quite useful:
Section 1: Reform and reaction, 1855–1881
- Alexander II’s motives for reform
- The Emancipation of the Serfs and its impact
- Military, local government and judicial reforms
- Educational, cultural and economic reforms
- Alexander and reaction
- The emergence of opposition to the Tsarist regime
- Populism and radical opposition
- Industrialisation: the work of Vyshnegradsky and Witte
- The social impact of industrial change
- The growth of opposition
- The rule of Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II to 1904
- The war with Japan and the causes of the 1905 Revolution
- The 1905 Revolution: Bloody Sunday and developments up to October 1905
- The October Manifesto and promise of reform
- Repression and the recovery of Tsarist authority
- The work of the Dumas
- Prime ministers and the Dumas
- The agrarian reforms of Pyotr Stolypin
- Economic development in Russia up to 1914
- The condition of Russia in 1914
- The impact of the First World War
- The February/March 1917 Revolution
- Russia and the Provisional Government
- Lenin and the Provisional Government April–July 1917
- The October/November 1917 Revolution
There are plenty of resources to help with exam technique which can be found in the revision section of the OneDrive. The question super guides are once again thanks to Mr Kennett.
Don't forget to look at past papers for HIS1H on the AQA website as well.