Paper 1: Understanding the Modern World
Section A: Germany 1890-1945: Democracy and dictatorship and Section B Conflict and tension 1918-1939.
Paper 2: Shaping the Nation
Section A: Britain Power and the people: c1170 to the present day and Section B Elizabethan England c1568-1603.
Paper 1 is worth 50% of the final mark.
Paper 2 is work 50% of the final mark
Both examinations are at the end of Year 11 and will test your skills and knowledge from all of your studies at GCSE.
Journalism, Publishing, Law, Accountancy, Teaching, Tour Guide, Armed Forces, Programme Researcher, Archaeologist, Travel & Tourism, Curator, Examiner, Lecturer, Comedian, Film, Anthropologist, Archivist, Restoration.
‘History can give you the skills most employers want whatever the job you have in mind.’
'More bombs were dropped on North Vietnam during the Vietnam War than during the whole of World War Two.’