This is the AQA GCSE home page. You study 4 modules in your GCSE (represented by the pictures in each corner of this page) and will sit two exams in total at the end of year 11.
Each module is worth 25% of your overall grade and, therefore, will require a range of well-balanced revision. To access revision materials for each module, simply click on the image of the module you want to revise and you will be taken to a dedicated page for that topic.
Opportunity and Inequality in America, 1918-1973
(Paper 1 - Part A - 25%)
The modules you study are;
(25%, 1 hr, 40 marks. Contains; 3 interpretation Qs, 3 knowledge Qs, 1 hr, 40 marks)
Health and the People, c.1000 - Present day (Paper 2 - Part A - 25%)
Conflict and Tension: The first World War
(Paper 1 - Part B - 25%)
(25%, 1 hr, 44 marks. Contains; 2 source Qs, 2 knowledge Qs)
(25%, 1 hr, 44 marks. Contains; 1 source Q, 3 knowledge Qs)
(25%, 1 hr, 40 marks. Contains; 1 interpretation Q, 2 knowledge Qs and 1 case study Q The Armada site in 2020 and Kennilworth Castle in 2021)
To the left - Term and Definition cards (TD)
To the right - Question and Answer cards (QA)
Elizabethan England, c.1566-1603 (P2 - Part B - 25%)