"Why study A Level History? You get to study the most important world-changing events of history, learn real skills which you can use in your future career path, and be able to study what you want depending on your particular historical interests."
A Level and IB History resources by topic:
- America - 19th and 20th century (703)
- Britain in the Middle Ages (144)
- British monarchy - Tudors and Stuarts (1,133)
- China in the 20th century (92)
- Cold War (300)
- France 1589-1850 (121)
- Italy - 19th and 20th century (272)
- Modern Britain - 19th century onwards (912)
- Modern Britain from 1750 (86)
- Russia - 19th and 20th century (958)
- The British Empire and the fall of colonialism (100)
- The rise of Germany from 1871 (465)
- Totalitarian ideologies in theory and practice (26)
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- Organise your thinking (686)
Timelines, grids charting causes and effects, character analyses and more.
- Past papers (10,734)Real past papers and mark schemes to help you prepare for exams.
- Crosswords (615)
Take a break with revision themed crosswords.
- Quizsearches (610)
A wordsearch that requires you to answer revision questions first.
- Quizzes (548)
Timed multiple choice quizzes for checking your revision.
- Shared resources (1,855)
Class notes, video lessons, slideshows and podcasts shared by our members.
- Mindmaps (1,367)
A series of connected nodes useful for charting relationships within a topic.
- Revision cards (1,763)
Small cards (A5) useful for revising key topics and facts.
- Revision notes (1,598)
In-depth revision and class notes on subjects and topics.
- Flashcards (1,583)
Small question and answer cards, perfect for testing your memory.