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SYRAN BRUEN COME HERE
by BearGrylls Junior Cert History — 15/06/16 14

Whats your predictions for History!?


14 Comments
DarParty — 14/06/16
i think there will be a essay on a christian monk in a early christian monastery
SryanBruen — 14/06/16
A question 6 part on the 1916 Easter Rising!
Cunn16 — 14/06/16
What about Q5 and People In History?
SryanBruen — 14/06/16
Well for Q5, I'm trying to spot a pattern here 2015 - Age of Exploration 2014 - Age of Revolutions 2013 - The Reformation 2012 - Plantations in Ireland 2011 - Urban Britain and Rural Ireland 2010 - Age of Exploration ^ Maybe Urban Britain and Rural Ireland?
SryanBruen — 14/06/16
For people in history, maybe: - One of the seven leaders of the proclamation of the Irish Republic - A named political leader in the Republic of Ireland during the period 1960-1985 - A person living in a named ancient civilisation OUTSIDE Ireland - A named religious reformer at the time of the Reformation - A named leader on a voyage during the Age of Exploration - A renaissance painter outside / in Italy
M4321 — 14/06/16
Syran Bruen is there any chance 1916 will come up on q5
SryanBruen — 14/06/16
No!! Only chapters you learnt in 2nd year can come up on Q5
Amyburke — 15/06/16
Sryan, Are you positive with that statement? Like how do you know?🍃
M4321 — 15/06/16
Thanks Syran your 100% though?
mazink0204 — 15/06/16
5c is only the consequences and effects of each chapter in second year history.
Noah Thomas — 15/06/16
Yeah, Q 5 is second year history. A 1916 question could come up in Q6 though. Seeing as how it's the centeniary, I wouldn't be surprised.
SryanBruen — 15/06/16
Yeah I am 100%. I know because of my books and I looked over all past History papers and every single Q5 is based on 2nd year history.
jadesweeney — 15/06/16
Sryan can you please post some science predictions, like what experiments you think will come up? Thanks
SryanBruen — 15/06/16
Well in reality, Science is impossible to predict as there is no choices and absolutely anything could come up. However, I have made this document for you. It shows all the experiments since 2011 have come up and it shows if the experiment came up in a certain year since then. You can predict yourself by seeing how often or when was the last time it came up.
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