#1
hey everyone i need some answers to memorize for the mock exams tomorrow, i would try and find them myself but i cannot find my revision booklets.

- 4 facts on Goebells
- explain how the events of 1930-33 helped hitler become chanceller (in easy steps)

any help would be appreciated greatly, cheers.
#3
Haha, pretty cool. I've got my math mocks tommorow. Sorry I couldn't help, but luck to both of us :P
#4
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#6
Meh, should be alright. Just write a **** load of working out, they always give you marks for it even if it's wrong
#7
What is a "mock exam." Because I'd love to take a "mock" exam rather than a "real" exam any day, methinks.
#8
I took medicine through time at GCSE, but tommorow, I have a history individual assignment, where I have to type up a 3,000 word essay about Native Americans. History A level is ubba.
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#9
Goebbels:

1. He was Propaganda Minister
2. He was a dick.
3. He killed his children when Germany lost the war
4. He killed himself when Germany lost the war
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^ wow i actually almost missed that hahaha iforgot your a genious


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#10
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What is a "mock exam." Because I'd love to take a "mock" exam rather than a "real" exam any day, methinks.

Practice, usually a 5 year old paper.
#11
By the way, for you doing mocks you're probably going to worry about them - but remember it's your teachers who mark them, and they mean nothing. In fact you'll worry a lot more about your mocks then your actual exams, so don't get worked up if you can help it and the actual GCSEs will be a breeze
The will to neither strive nor cry,
The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

-Matthew Arnold

Arguments are to be avoided; they are always vulgar and often convincing.