I have a vivid memory of telling my year seven history teacher that I didn’t see the point of studying the past; it is only as I sit and write this guide ten years later that I realise how wrong I was. As Mark....
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The History A Level syllabus focus is on historical change. The two written papers taken at the end of the two year course will be 'England...moreThis course might be free