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GCSE English: Writers' Techniques Table
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GCSE English: Writers' Techniques Table

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This two sided sheet details many the methods that writers might use in your English Language paper or that you could use in you writing tasks. The first page is a table detailing what a language technique is and what effect it has/ why the writer is using it. This is vital for accessing top AO2 marks and it costs just £1. Pick this up and learn it to guarantee yourself concrete knowledge of English language techniques. For more GCSE English revision resources see�� https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1
Tsarist and Communist Russia 1855-1964 Complete Revision Package
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Tsarist and Communist Russia 1855-1964 Complete Revision Package

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Grab a bargain bundle of history resources including detailed notes of all topics from the A level course, a list of all the relevant dates and a enormous 45 essay plans to prepare you for any question that could come up. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. The topic are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! I have similar resources for history available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1 as well as resources for maths and economics. You can also purchase each of the three resources in this package separately at the shop.
Making of Modern Britain 1951-2007: Complete Revision Package
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Making of Modern Britain 1951-2007: Complete Revision Package

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Grab a bargain bundle of history resources including detailed notes of all topic from the A level course and a list of all the relevant dates. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. The topic are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! I have similar resources for history available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1 as well as resources for maths and economics.
GCSE History: Russia (1894-1945) Revision Guide
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GCSE History: Russia (1894-1945) Revision Guide

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This 30-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component AC (Paper 1): Russia 1894-1945 (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
A-level Making of Modern Britain (1951-2007) Essay Plans
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A-level Making of Modern Britain (1951-2007) Essay Plans

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For A-level history it is important to try and predict a few questions that could come up. This package of a massive 37 essay plans which covers all the major topics and themes for this A-level course. It is highly likely these questions will come up so read through these and revise the content carefully and you should be able to deal with any question. These have been carefully made so that they follow the format that the exam board wants based on the mark scheme and examiner reports. How to use: The three main points in response to the each question are in bold, evidence to support this point is in green, evidence to contradict this point is in red and a sentence linking back the point to the question is in blue. Finally, there is a brief conclusion in black. You don’t have to agree with my conclusion, but look carefully at the evidence.
GCSE History: Conflict and Tension Between East and West 1945-1972 Revision Guide
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GCSE History: Conflict and Tension Between East and West 1945-1972 Revision Guide

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This 21-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component BC (Paper 1): Conflict and Tension Between East and West (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
Tsarist and Communist Russia: All the revision notes you need to know A-level
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Tsarist and Communist Russia: All the revision notes you need to know A-level

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This is a complete set of detailed notes you will need for A level Tsarist and Communist Russian history and it covers the period of 1855-1964. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. Also all the notes are clearly organised into major topic. This makes revision much simpler and you will know exactly what knowledge to put in for a specific question. The topic are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! There is tons of content in this package so it is definitely worth it. I have similar resources for history available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1 as well as resources for maths and economics.
GCSE History: Germany (1890-1945) Revision Guide
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GCSE History: Germany (1890-1945) Revision Guide

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This 30-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component AB (Paper 1): Germany 1890-1945, Democracy and dictatorship (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
COMPLETE A-level Maths Bundle (Exclusive Practice Papers and Revision Notes)
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COMPLETE A-level Maths Bundle (Exclusive Practice Papers and Revision Notes)

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This is a collection of all the Mths papers and other revision resources produced by me for the A-level course (new specification); both Year 12 (AS) and Year 13 (A2). It includes: AS pure unit tests A2 pure practice papers A2 pure unit tests AS Statistics and mechanics unit tests A2 Statistics and mechanics unit tests Maths (pure) revision notes Maths (statistics and mechanics) revision notes All practice papers include complete worked solutions/ mark schemes. These questions have been carefully crafted by me to be particularly challenging and to resemble the new style of A-levels. They go beyond the scope of the usual A-level textbooks. These are the sort of questions which will probably come up on the exam based on the sample assessment material which is much harder than the textbooks. This is a new resource so please be aware there could be minor mistakes, especially as there are so many questions. Remember there is still plenty of time until the exams to get your head around some more appropriate questions for the exams. Lots of time have gone into making this a top quality resources, so enjoy! I have made similar predicted papers for A-level Maths here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-a-level-maths-predicted-paper-a-2019-12128937 Also please be aware that the unit test questions are the same as the practice papers just in a different format and there may be minor overlap between the AS and A2 papers.
A-level Tsarist and Communist Russia (1855-1964) Essay Plans
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A-level Tsarist and Communist Russia (1855-1964) Essay Plans

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For A-level history it is important to try and predict a few questions that could come up. This package of a massive 45 essay plans which covers all the major topics and themes for this A-level course. It is highly likely these questions will come up so read through these and revise the content carefully and you should be able to deal with any question. These have been carefully made so that they follow the format that the exam board wants based on the mark scheme and examiner reports. How to use: The three main points in response to the each question are in bold, evidence to support this point is in green, evidence to contradict this point is in red and a sentence linking back the point to the question is in blue. Finally, there is a brief conclusion in black. You don’t have to agree with my conclusion, but look carefully at the evidence.
GCSE History: Health and the People (c1000-) Revision Guide
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GCSE History: Health and the People (c1000-) Revision Guide

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This 29-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component AA (Paper 2): Health and the People c1000-Present Day (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
Edexcel Economics A-level Unit 3 Microeconomics: All the revision notes you need to know
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Edexcel Economics A-level Unit 3 Microeconomics: All the revision notes you need to know

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This is a complete set of detailed notes you will need for A level Edexcel Economics A Unit 3. There is a checklist for each subtopic to ensure you will miss no part of the specification. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. This makes revision much simpler and you will know exactly what knowledge to put in for a specific question. The topics are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! Please also check out my other A-level History and Economics resources at my shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Georgemoran1
GCSE English Poetry Revision Worksheets
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GCSE English Poetry Revision Worksheets

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These eight worksheets detail concise but insightful notes on the main eight poems for the power and conflict section of GCSE English Literature. It also details how to compare each poem to others and what points to mention. It details the structure and form of each poem as well as three language techniques, in addition to the key themes and context. Learn each of these revision sheets and you will be prepared for any question that could come up. For more GCSE English revision resources see… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1
A-level Further Maths (Statistics) Revision Notes and Example Questions
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A-level Further Maths (Statistics) Revision Notes and Example Questions

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To get ALL my Further Maths resources at a super-discounted price follow this link https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/compl-ete-a-level-further-maths-bundle-exclusive-practise-papers-and-revision-notes-12227230. This is a complete set of handwritten revision notes for Edexcel A-Level Further Maths (Statistics), but it is relevant for other specifications. This includes relevant tips you won’t find in the textbook which will prepare you for all types of questions that could come up in the exam. This is vital if you want to have a thorough understanding of A-level Further Maths. This is the result of hours and hours of work analysing the specification and example questions. If you read these notes carefully and learn everything you will be on track for an A*. Yellow sheets show worked solution for difficult questions which are likely to come up on the exam, while white sheets detail all the knowledge you need to know. I have similar resources for Further Maths and regular maths available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1 as well as resources for history and economics. Pure maths and mechanics 1 notes can be found here. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/a-level-further-maths-revision-notes-bundle-12102791
GCSE History: Medieval England (1272-1307) Revision Guide
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GCSE History: Medieval England (1272-1307) Revision Guide

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This 28-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component BB (Paper 2): Medieval England 1272-1307 (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources. NOTE: this guide does not include any information about the historic environment component.
GCSE History: America (1920-1973) Revision Guide
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GCSE History: America (1920-1973) Revision Guide

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This 34-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component AD (Paper 1): America 1920-1973, Opportunity and Inequality (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
NEW A-level Maths: AS (Year 12) Pure Unit Tests
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NEW A-level Maths: AS (Year 12) Pure Unit Tests

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To get ALL my maths resources at a super-discounted price follow this link https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/complete-a-level-further-maths-bundle-exclusive-practice-papers-and-revision-notes-12235839. This is a complete set of maths unit tests (pure) for AS (Year 12) for all boards (mainly Edexcel) with complete worked solutions/ mark scheme. These maths questions have been carefully crafted by me to be particularly challenging and to resemble the NEW style of A-levels. They go beyond the scope of the usual A-level textbooks. These are the sort of questions which will probably come up on the exam based on the past papers which were much harder than the textbooks. They will make sure you don’t get the same shock many students have got in previous years! They are suitable to use if you are a student or for use by teachers as assessment materials. This is a new resource so please be aware there could be minor mistakes, especially as there are so many questions. Lots of time have gone into making this a top quality resources, so enjoy! It includes: Algebra (58 marks) Binomial expansion (28 marks) Algebraic methods (28 marks) Differentiation (64 marks) Exponentials and logarithms (32 marks) Integration (36 marks) Lines and circles (46 marks) Trigonometry (58 marks) Vectors (24 marks) Other Further Maths and normal Maths resources are available at my shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/Mathematics.
GCSE History: The Inter-War Years, 1918-1939 Revision Guide
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GCSE History: The Inter-War Years, 1918-1939 Revision Guide

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This 22-page revision guide covers all the content you need to know for the NEW AQA GCSE History component BB (Paper 2): Russia 1918-1939 (9-1). The guide uses colourful presentation and concise notes to enhance learning. Unlike other revision guides this is not waffly, instead it is comprehensible and it is arranged in the best way for revision. The content was made to exactly follow the specification, so you can have peace of mind that everything you need to know is here. One of the biggest problems with revision is having disorganised notes and too many notes. This guide has all you need to know in one place so you will not have to learn more than you need to, which will save you vital time in your other exams. It is organised into sections which exactly follow the specification and there is also an additional page of exam questions at the back. These questions intend to test what you have learnt and ensure you are prepared for any question the exam board could throw at you. If this guide is useful for you, I have others available for all other GCSE History components available here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1/History and also more GCSE Maths and A-level History resources. With four of these revision guides you can make GCSE history simple. As long as you learn all of this content you will be prepared for anything in your exam and you will need no more revision resources.
Edexcel A-level Economics Unit 4.1 International economics
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Edexcel A-level Economics Unit 4.1 International economics

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This is a complete set of detailed notes you will need for A level Edexcel Economics A Unit 4.1 International Economics. There is a checklist for each subtopic to ensure you will miss no part of the specification. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. This makes revision much simpler and you will know exactly what knowledge to put in for a specific question. The topics are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! Please also check out my other comprehensive A-level History and Economics resources at my shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1
Edexcel A-level Economics Unit 4.5 Role of the State in the Macroeconomy
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Edexcel A-level Economics Unit 4.5 Role of the State in the Macroeconomy

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This is a complete set of detailed notes you will need for A level Edexcel Economics A Unit 4.5 The role of the state in the macroeconomy. There is a checklist for each subtopic to ensure you will miss no part of the specification. Unlike a textbook or revision guide these notes are detailed yet relevant and it uses clear bullet points rather than long, waffly paragraphs. This makes revision much simpler and you will know exactly what knowledge to put in for a specific question. The topics are all organised in clear documents with simple and uniform presentation to make revision straight forward. These are vital for anybody doing this course and will save you hours and hours of sorting through notes made in class and putting them into a useful format. They are also much more comprehensive than normal revision notes and will ensure there are no gaps in your knowledge when it comes to your exam as long as you learn them! Please also check out my other comprehensive A-level History and Economics resources at my shop https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/theinvisiblehand1.