Go to the [1] Revolutions Exam Home Page. See what the exam conditions are going to be. Don’t be surprised on the day. Knowing what you have to do soothes the nerves. Have a look at a sample answer booklet. Your answer has to fit into these booklets. Look at the exam paper from two previous years, and see if you can discern any pattern to the questions asked, especially on the consequences of the Bolshevik Revolution. Read the exam report from last year’s exam. Write down what students last year did well and what they did poorly. Make sure you do what they did well, and don’t repeat what they did poorly. Learn from their mistakes. 

Essay Prompts The first forward step in answering a question well is knowing what the question is asking you to do. Exam questions, especially essay questions, have prompts and you need to be able to pick up on these prompts to answer questions with

distinction. Watch this video for some really good tips on how you can pick up this key exam skill.
How to Focus Your Essay and Respond to the Prompt Study

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