As I am sure you are aware, learning about WWI involves SO MANY dates and historical figures and confusing events that the prospect of remembering it all makes you want to break down and cry. However, the bottom line is that in the Modern History HSC exam the WWI section is predominantly based on SOURCES.

Therefore, the best way to study for the exam is to make short, concise notes so you can remember the key dates, events, historical figures and theories of the entire course. This document is 8 pages long, and provides everything you really need to know for the exam in a way that is humanly possible to remember it all.

As mentioned in the title, I got a band 6 mark of 93% for my Modern History HSC.

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