I'd still rather live once with a band 6As an existential nihilist I consider it silly to stress over achieving a high number in which I wouldn't let define me anyway. Life is inherently meaningless and the only purpose that it may have is subjective purpose... I want to experience happiness and pleasure, as opposed to a number.
It is the smart 'YOLO'.
I was unsure about the one that wasn't source based (what hasn't been uncovered in H, I naturally choose the one that said the forum but idk)if you can tell me what the questions were I'd tell you what I chose.
Yes I chose Forum. Yes I chose carbonised.I was unsure about the one that wasn't source based (what hasn't been uncovered in H, I naturally choose the one that said the forum but idk)
everything else I think was right. (the food one was carbonisation ye?)
It's okay, you're not alone.Pompeii/Herculaneum: doable, but it's noticeably getting harder and harder. The 10 marker questions are just getting more predictable too, yet in spite of this, it never occurred to me to revise on changing technologies. D'oh.
Sparta: 15 marks on economic activity in Sparta made me cry.
Akhenaten: part a) gave me PTSD, because at best you can say he was left out of family portraits, was trained to be a priest and possibly had a 2 or 12 year co-regency with Amenhotep III. Part b) however sent me cheering.
New Kingdom Egypt from 18th/19th Dynasty: Kadesh was 2012's question so I skipped a lot of the foreign relations crap, ended up doing Amenhotep III's question. Plus my trials predicted a question centred on him, so I was more prepared.
Overall - what the feck BOS that was not cool. Hopefully modern isn't like this :|