For success in History at any level, one needs to be able to express their opinion and support it strongly with evidence. Most students are good at remembering evidence, but are not so sure of how to deploy information effectively. That is where I can help with structuring arguments, selecting relevant information to support those arguments and, crucially, knowing when to leave out information that may be interesting, but not relevant to the question. You will look at practice exam questions and learn which ones to choose and which to avoid. A student-centred approach will help you to analyse and evaluate a variety of information and views, construct your own arguments and convey your thoughts effectively.