Moving Up from AS to A2 History

Ward, Paul
September 2006
History Review;Sep2006, Issue 55, p26
The article presents a guide to students in studying advanced history courses. It is important that students have a clear awareness of what skills are required for advanced history courses. Different skills are required, and although each examination board varies in its approaches to testing these new skills, it is possible to identify important core abilities that you need to be aware of and that you should be improving.


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