i did pretty much exactly the same for the nationalism question. it was a pretty good question i thought...well mainly coz i didnt want to touch the other one...national studies is always my worst module.Cabrello said:these are what i did...ther was a little freedom there. I hated the question though, its pretty much the same as the sample paper so I didn't expect it at all
the failure of weimar to build up support was a variety of reasons, hyperinflation, falws in constitution and the nationalist opposition of the anti-repiblicans, military, kapp putsch nazis
I focused on the nationalistic aspects of hitler's accession as chancellor and the assess worked in that there are other factors, especially circumstances that contributed to this
and i picked up on going to 1934 so I did the legality of the enabling act and the influence of nationalism using the day of potsdam as evidence.,.. flimsy weak argument i kno, i'd give me 16/25 for it...i'm so bummed out
I really like farked it.....ppl have bitched abt germany question here and someones unleashed on the arba isaeli question..yay for me i do both and sadly I think I did better on that than part b on the personality....I think its a disadvantage to be a history extesnion student because I approached it that way and looked at why my historians have different views on Arafat...hoping for markers to pick up on that and kno im not too bad at it, but i think thats just to much hoping...upside though i dont think i screwed up WWI
That happened at our school too. The supervisor said we had to use two 4 page booklets for the National Studies. She rang up the Board then they ended up giving us an eight page booklet.edgelroo said:I don't know if it was just my school...but we were given 4 page writing booklets for Sections 2 and 4 and an 8 for section 3...does anyone else wonder why they did that? Seriously...four pages for an essay...
i wrote about how nationalism was not a significant cause, and that the democracy had little/no nationalism which is why most people turned to the nazis because if their nationalistic ideology and hence lead to its failure. then i went on to discuss the other factors that contributed to the failure of democracy. thought the exam was pretty sweet...probably the smoothest one i had done...especially the second personality question...i loved it. i had just looked over the EXACT tet question on the bus...it was a practice essay i had done last week! i was like SWEEET!darek_arsenal said:For the Germany question, what aspects did you have to discuss about nationalism??
I know ay!! I was freaking out yesterday thinking they would ask something really horrible, but noRainbowBrite said:I was so stressed before this exam. I was so scared they were going to ask some curly swirly confusing questions, especially on Germany. But nope I was one happy pumpkin.
Yup, exactly. I walked into the exam thinking, "I know TET!" So I jumped at the Tet question. Sort of like with India. Even though we've done partition that many times, I thought that I knew the satyagrahas better than I knew communalism activities. Because even though we knew they were going on, besides Calcutta, it didn't seem like I knew any specific information, if you know what I mean?thenothing said:I should have done the non-Tet question.
But yah, I talked about the US and Tet as well, probably too much.