i think you are better off just not knowing how well you did, we arent the examiners here. what we’re telling you might make you feel shite about how you did, “ignorance is bliss” as they say. its better to have hope that you get an A rather than asking how we think of your answers. a few of your answers were wrong, and your PIH is surprisingly short, but the examiner will be the judge of that, not us.
i would say if you wrote all the facts based on each topics that was on paper ... you would of got all of your marks.. but if you only did 1 of the topics for the people in history question , you would of only got the marks for that section and question ... it depends on what facts you know and the person your talking about
you should try an extra people in history questions if you have enough time at the end to do one and if you don't it doesn't matter cause they will only mark you on the ones you have completed
for all of the short questions ... you should be able to answer them all to get all of youur marks ..
you need to learn your people when the people in history comes up and your wiriting and if you don't know who your writing about, they won't have an idea either so you must learn the person.. you want to get the marks on ..for example := if there is a question that comes up about martin luther .. you should be learning all of the facts about him and all he had done during his life and that's all of the advice i can really give you to be hones
STUDYN HARD AND DONT HAVE ANY PHONES OR BOOKS BESIDE YOUR STUDY AREA WHEN YOUR PRACTICING CAUSE IT CAN DISTRACT YOU .. IT ALWAYS SHOULD COME FROM MEOMRY .