Modern World History for OCR: Revision Guide by Greg Lacey


Modern World History for OCR: Revision Guide by Greg Lacey

This revision guide has been written specifically for Modern World History for OCR specification 1937, and concentrates on improving students' grades by helping them understand what the key issues are, how their history fits together, and what they need to do with their knowledge to get the best grades in the OCR exam. The book includes clear guidance on how to use historical information effectively, and a time-saving list of significant facts that must be learnt. Answers with examiners' comments are included to build students' confidence and help them achieve their best possible grade. Sample exam questions match the style of the OCR exam, so that students know exactly what to expect in their exam.

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160 pages


Greg Lacey
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Publication date

5th March 2002



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