Navigating the NESA website to find past papers can be a major pain, so here’s a quick and easy list of HSC Modern History Past Papers!
These HSC Modern History past papers are from the old syllabus, meaning from 2019 the HSC Modern History Exam will look different.
However, this doesn’t mean they aren’t still useful!
Instead of a WWI short answer questions, exams from 2019 will examine the new core study, ‘Power and Authority in the Modern World.’ This is examined through source based short answers worth 25 marks.
You can check out our brand new set of practice questions for the new Core Study: Power and Authority here!
You may notice the Historical Personality Study in the papers listed below, however, in the new syllabus, this has been replaced with Change in the Modern World.
This will be assessed in your exam through a short answer section, with 3 or 4 questions. There will be one question between 10-15 marks, and the section is worth a total of 25 marks.
Take a sneak peek at what the new HSC Modern History exam will look like from 2019 onwards in the NESA sample paper, here.
The National Study and Study in Peace and Conflict have remained the same, so the following Modern History past papers are great to find practice questions for these topics!
HSC Modern History Past Papers
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