History Practice Exercises by Gavin Hannah, Paul Spencer


History Practice Exercises by Gavin Hannah, Paul Spencer

History Practice Exercises 13+ contains 30 evidence questions and 90 essay titles in the style of the Common Entrance examination. Questions cover all three historical periods from 1066-1900. This book is ideal for practice and to help identify gaps in knowledge as well as familiarising pupils with the format of the 13+ entrance examination.


If you are in need of some Common Entrance History Practice Questions, then this book is for you. Whether you are a teacher, a parent or a pupil, Gavin Hannah and Paul Spencer have produced an indispensable book of Practice Exercises to cover all three Common Entrance Papers. There are essay questions and evidence questions to suit all topics and abilities - this book is a must in the run-up to the Common Entrance exams. Simply put, everything you need is in here. Niall Murphy, Radley College

About the Author

Gavin Hannah was educated at the University of Birmingham, St. John's College, Cambridge and Kellogg College, Oxford. In 1988, he was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. He has taught in Independent senior schools, examined history at A Level and trained as an ISI Inspector. Currently, he is Head of History at Summer Fields, Oxford. Following on from his BA at Leeds University, Paul Spencer gained his P.G.C.E. at Nottingham University. Having been Head of History in now three preparatory schools since then, he is presently combining that post with the position of Academic Deputy Head in London. He has been involved with the History ISEB team for the past few years and recently trained as an ISI inspector.

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88 pages
Interest Age: 13+


Gavin Hannah, Paul Spencer
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Publication date

30th April 2009



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