OlesiaS
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Joined: Aug 1,2016

Mon Aug 1,2016 09:28 PM

I will be taking HL history next year, which to my knowledge is a very content heavy class. I was wondering if anyone has any advice on getting a decent grade, and/or any other useful tips. Thanks!
MoHatem
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Joined: Jun 3,2016

Tue Aug 2,2016 09:36 PM

Read a lottttttttt of books and articles about the topics you're covering. Get ready to be assigned a ton of papers to write. Never look at an even in history through one point of view, you need to always view different and conflicting point of views and versions of what happened and mention both views in the the exam. Don't procrastinate ....
iamnastig
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Joined: Sep 6,2016

Fri Oct 21,2016 12:55 AM

I'm in HL History and the material is not so hard. I guess you should literally understand whatever the book says and what the teacher explains (if not ASK!) and note as much as you can. That will make it easier for you to study for the tests. I guess just like with all the other subjects :P

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