GCSE History OCR B: Schools History Project Revision Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course

  • Product code: HPRR41
  • ISBN: 9781782946076

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This brilliant Revision Guide is packed with clear, in-depth study notes for Grade 9-1 OCR B GCSE History (Schools History Project). All the most popular Depth Study, Period Study and Thematic Study options are in here, and we’ve covered a wide range of historical eras in Britain, Europe and the wider world!

There’s also plenty of top advice on the skills needed for each section of the exam. All in all, it has everything students need to develop their knowledge and understanding, and score the best grade possible in the final exams.

The topics covered by this Revision Guide are: • The People’s Health c. 1250-presents • Migrants to Britain c. 1250-present • The Making of America 1789-1900 • The Norman Conquest 1065-1087 • The Elizabethans 1580-1603 • Living under Nazi Rule 1933-1945

  • Key Stage: KS4
  • Subject: History
  • Exam Board: OCR B
  • Years Covered: 10-11
  • Level: 9-1 (GCSE)
  • Media: Book
  • Colour: Full Colour
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • No of Pages: 144

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