DATE:  Thursday 02 May 2019: 4pm (1hr)

CODE: 7395



An opportunity to really develop exam techniques and skills that will ensure progression to the higher levels of the mark scheme. A particular focus will be given to how to extend performance in the interpretations question – how should students be proving the concept of ‘convincing’ and how they prove understanding of the content of the extract. A secondary focus will be the qualities of an outstanding essay and especially what an essay in a Breadth paper really should cover.



  • Gain exceptional understanding of how to approach academic interpretations in exams

  • Obtain top level strategies for producing excellent answers to Question 1

  • Focus on what makes an excellent Breadth essay – and pitfalls to avoid

  • Best practice revision tips and guidance from an AQA expert

  • Discover how to reach the top mark band in all of your answers

  • This course includes a set of course notes which will be sent in advance of the course and which you will be able to use



All students of AQA A-level History

Keith Milne

Keith has over 25 years teaching and examining experience. He is a Senior Moderator with a major exam board and has authored and advised on a series of popular books including those detailing how to succeed with the NEA. He leads a number of courses exploring the routes to success at A Level History.

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