GCSE History 2 exam papers History of Medicine through Time, 3000 BC –2000 AD At the end of Y11: Paper I Study in Development Medicine through time 35% History of Germany 1918-45 At the end of Y11: Paper 2 Enquiry in Depth Germany 1919-1945 40% 1 Coursework Assignment Quarry Bank Mill Medicine through Time Public Health Medicine through Time – Anatomy & Surgery Medicine through Time – Infection & Disease Germany, 1918-45 – The Weimar Republic & the rise of the Nazis, 1918-33 Germany, 1918-45 Life in Nazi Germany,1933-45 Coursework – Quarry Bank Mill Controlled Assessment 25% Why did Greg build a cotton mill at Styal in 1784 ? How did Greg treat the children who worked at his mill ? Why study GCSE History? • History is recognised as a strong academic subject and as such elicits a high degree of respect from university admissions tutors. • The skills gained are extremely transferable, and are acknowledged to be of value in a wide range of studies and professions. • The GCSE forms an appropriate basis for those continuing with History at A level and beyond; such students often go into business, accountancy, the Law, teaching and a wide range of other careers.