As we say in our Rome article ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’, and indeed the NHS wasn’t either. At the start of the 20th century, despite the reforms to public health, many people still lived in terrible, slum like conditions. However, the liberals were in government from 1905 to 1915 and had something to say about it. They passed a number of bills to improve the living standards of people in the country – these were called ‘the liberal reforms’.
So, What was medicine like in Egypt? This article will go over all the key elements of medicine in Egypt for the OCR GCSE in a short and easy to revise way…
We post to both our Facebook page and Twitter feeds regularly. And despite the fact that our figures show we now have over 300 readers per month, nobody keeps up to date! Shocking, huh?
By following us on Twitter, you’re always up-to-date on our latest posts, so you can just read the articles that interest you. In addition to that, we’ll be hosting general revision chat, tips, help, so on and so forth – by following us, it means you can tweet us directly too, for help, or a suggestion for the blog!
There are similar benefits to liking us on Facebook – you can stay up to date, you need-only read articles that are interesting to you, you can post to our Facebook wall, take part in discussions and polls, or message us for some help.
P.S: Look out for some new articles in the coming days…
Just to let you know we’ve been receiving some great positive feedback from everybody, especially in the comments. We’re really glad that you’re finding the website useful and are so enthusiastic about it!
Here are just a few comments we’ve received over the last few days:
Hi guy I just wanted to let you say that im finding your revision posts really helpful and to pleae make more. Im revising every day now and finding it fun! – Henry Dutton
Hi guys, loving the site, good work, im finding revising really fun now,
let me know every time you post!
hi lads, great blog, i’m really finding it helpful and so are all my mates
loads of love
ol – Ollie Waddington
We’re really excited that you guys have found the site so useful. Keep commenting your thoughts!
Percentage increase, decrease, whatever. You name it, it’s gonna be in the Unit 3 exam. And what’s this, you cry? Reverse percentages? What on earth are they? It’s a good thing you asked, it’s another part of this topic – which I will cover here. Time to take the plunge…
Yes yes, I know: it’s a drag! All you want to do is check out some maths revision articles, and yet you have to wade through reams of biology and physics, and oh: look! There’s some history over there, too!
Right now we’re working on providing you pages that only show posts relevant to the subject you want. When we’re done, you’ll be able to choose a subject from the menu bar above me, and voilà Revision Systems will only show you posts relating to that subject. No more reading through different types of plant tissue while trying to find out the square root of pi!
Let us know in the comments if there’s anything else you’d like to see on the blog. All suggestions must be: reasonable, not already on the blog, non-edible and preferably quite creative!
Revision declassified is part of a series I will start giving tips on revision and on how best people can revise, with a variety of methods. Today, we talk about reading – and how it isn’t revising!
Here begins an attempt to chronicle knowledge and topics for a range of GCSE subjects, with a collaboration between different people to bring the best revision resource we can. See the ‘Corrections‘ page, if you see something we’ve done wrong, and feel free to comment your own advice, tips and anything else you have to add.
Revision is important!
Hope you find it useful!