Series Name

Edexcel A Level History (from 2015)

Developing successful historians for AS, A level and beyond

Complete coverage of the latest Pearson Edexcel AS and A level qualifications (first taught from September 2015) – providing a Student Book for every examined unit. All Paper 1, 2 and 3 titles are endorsed for Pearson Edexcel.

Our Student Books:

  • develop students’ conceptual understanding of the key historical ideas of evidence, interpretations, causation and change, through targeted activities
  • provide assessment support with sample answers, sources and activities to help students tackle the new-style of exam questions
  • have been developed with academic expert Dr Arthur Chapman (Institute of Education, University of London) and practising teachers using research-based models to support progression in historical thinking
  • are accompanied by an ActiveBook, giving students an easy way to personalise their learning as they progress through the course – perfect for revision.

All Student Books are available as ActiveBooks (both as individual and institutional licenses) and in Kindle format.

Amendments notice

Amendments have been made to the exam-style-questions of the Edexcel A level History Paper 3: Civil rights and race relations in the USA, 1850 - 2009 Student Book

The revised Paper 3 documents are now available to be downloaded.

View the revised exam-style questions

View the revised answers document 

    s_ser_Guide_2015                        W455_A-level-Hist_Chat-2_2016

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Series Includes

  • x8 AS/A Level Student Books, ActiveBooks and Kindle editions (covering Papers 1 and 2)
  • x16 A level Student Books. ActiveBooks and Kindle editions (covering Paper 3)
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