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Dear Sir,
I want guidance regarding EH. I've already studied around 70-80% of the syllabus before in A'level European History and then some in my undergraduate degree. I have knowledge in this subject but I do not know how to go about preparing. I need some tips regarding:
1. what the examiner wants to see in an answer (headings, key components)
2. what my style of writing should be: direct/crisp OR analytical/discursive OR poetic/literary
3. how to prepare for the objection MCQ portion (I've always been bad at solving MCQs)
4. If I rely only on the internet and the books I've already on European History, will that be fine? Or do I have to consult Mahajan and any other book?

Thanking in advance!
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Dear Sir,
I want guidance regarding EH. I've already studied around 70-80% of the syllabus before in A'level European History and then some in my undergraduate degree. I have knowledge in this subject but I do not know how to go about preparing. I need some tips regarding:
1. what the examiner wants to see in an answer (headings, key components)
2. what my style of writing should be: direct/crisp OR analytical/discursive OR poetic/literary
3. how to prepare for the objection MCQ portion (I've always been bad at solving MCQs)
4. If I rely only on the internet and the books I've already on European History, will that be fine? Or do I have to consult Mahajan and any other book?

Thanking in advance!
I am not that person. But, I have optes Eu too. Just go through Peacock or miller book and analyze what is remaining. Consult mahajan for extracting reference of books and authors as it is compiled book without any orignal content.
Quote reference in paper. After preparing whole syllabus, MCQs can be solved easily.
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I'm bit confused b/w History of USA and European History. which one I should opt? as I'm opting IR and IL. and which book should I consult ffor it? and what kind of answer examiner want?
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I'm bit confused b/w History of USA and European History. which one I should opt? as I'm opting IR and IL. and which book should I consult ffor it? and what kind of answer examiner want?
US history is short, but EH helps more in IR
Look at the past papers and see which one you find the better
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