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History caie questions
Q1. Who was Shahwaliullah? [4]
Q2. Why did Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barailvi wish to revive Islam
in the sub-continent? [7]
Q3. Did Haji Shariatullah contribute more to the spread of Islam
than anyone else in the subcontinent before 1850? Explain your
answer. [14]
Q1. What was the Jihad movement? [4]
Q2. Why was the Faraizi movement important in restoring
Islam in the sub-continent during early 18th and 19th century?
[7]
Q3. How important was Shah Wali Ullah in the spread of Islam
in the Sub-Continent before 1850? Explain your answer. [14]
Q1. What was the Faraizi movement? [4]
Q2. Why did Shah Wali Ullah have such a major influence on
the revival of Islam in the subcontinent? [7]
Q3. Was the work of Syed Ahmad Shaheed Barailvi the most
important factor in the revival of Islam in the sub-continent
during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? Give reasons
for your answer. [14]
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Q1. Who was Aurangzeb? [4] or Who was Nadir Shah
Q2. Explain why the Mughal Empire declined following the
reign of Aurangzeb. [7] or Explain why the successors of
Aurangzeb failed to prevent the decline of the Mughal Empire.
Q3. Were the weak and greedy characteristics of Aurangzeb’s
successors the most important reasons for the collapse of the
Mughal Empire? Explain your answer. [14] or The spread of
Marathan power was the main reason for the decline of the
Mughal Empire.’ Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for
your answer. [14]
Q1. Who was Siraj-ud-Daulah?
Q2. Explain why the East India Company became involved in the
Indian sub-continent during the seventeenth century. [7]
Q3. ‘Indian resistance to British attempts to take control of
lands in the sub-continent in the hundred years before 1850
was totally unsuccessful.’ Do you agree? Give reasons for your
answer. [14]
Q1. What was the Battle of Plassey?
Q2. Why was Britain successful in increasing its control of some
parts of the sub-continent in the years 1750 to 1850? [7]
Q3. How successful were the British attempts to take control of
lands in the sub-continent between 1750 and 1856? [14]
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Q1. Who was Bahadur Shah II?
Q2. Why did the War of Independence of 1857 fail? [7]
Q3. The establishment of English as the official language of the
sub-continent in 1834 was the main reason for the War of
Independence of 1857’. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons
for your answer. [14]
Q1. Who was Lakshmibhai?
14 Marks question of the war of Independence
1. ‘The War of Independence of 1857 achieved nothing’. Give
reasons why you might agree and disagree with this
statement. [14]
2. ‘The War of Independence of 1857 was caused by the
greased cartridge incident’. Give reasons why you might
agree and disagree with this statement. [14]
3. ‘The introduction of social reforms by the British, such as
education, caused the War of Independence in 1857.’ Do
you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [14]
Q1. Who was Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Q2. Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan found the Aligarh
Movement? [7]
Q3. Which of the following was the most important
contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in restoring
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the position of Muslims in the sub-continent:
(i) attempts to achieve a better understanding between the
British and the Muslims;
(ii) education;
(iii) politics?
Explain your answer with reference to all three of the above.
[14]
14 Marks questions
1. Was the attempt to achieve a better understanding with
the British the most important contribution that Sir Syed
Ahmed Khan made to the Muslim cause during the
nineteenth century? Explain your answer. [14]
2. ‘Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s political beliefs had a greater
impact on the Muslims than any of his
3. other beliefs’. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for
your answer. [14]
4. Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wish to develop a better
understanding with the British following the War of
Independence (1857-58)? [7]
5. Was the development of a western education system the
most important contribution of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in
developing the cause of Muslims during the nineteenth
century? Explain your answer. [14]
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6. Were the religious views of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan his most
important contribution in developing the cause of Muslims
during the nineteenth century? Explain your answer. [14]
Random questions
Q1.
a) Who was Mohsin-ud-Din? (4)
b) Why was Britain able to expand its control of the sub-
continent in the 1750-1850? (7)
c) Do you agree that Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s most
important contribution to the Muslim community was
his support for education? Give reasons for your
answer? (14)
Q2.
a) What was the battle of Plassey? (4)
b) Why did Shahwaliullah translate the Quran into
Persian? (7)
c) Was the arrival of the British the main reason for the
decline of the Mughal Empire? Give reasons for your
answer. (14)
Q3.
a) Describe the economic reasons for the war of
independence. (4)
b) Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan write “The causes of
the Indian revolt”? (7)
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c) Was the work of Syed Ahmad Barelvi the most
important factor in the revival of Islam in the
period 1700-1850? Give reasons for your answer.
(14)
Q4.
a) Who was Sir Syed Ahmad Khan? (4)
b) Why did the War of Independence fail in 1857-
1858? (7)
c) The religious reasons the main factor of the
cause of the War of Independence in 1857-
1858? DO you agree or disagree? Explain your
answer. (14)

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History caie questions Q1. Who was Shahwaliullah? [4] Q2. Why did Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barailvi wish to revive Islam in the sub-continent? [7] Q3. Did Haji Shariatullah contribute more to the spread of Islam than anyone else in the subcontinent before 1850? Explain your answer. [14] Q1. What was the Jihad movement? [4] Q2. Why was the Faraizi movement important in restoring Islam in the sub-continent during early 18th and 19th century? [7] Q3. How important was Shah Wali Ullah in the spread of Islam in the Sub-Continent before 1850? Explain your answer. [14] Q1. What was the Faraizi movement? [4] Q2. Why did Shah Wali Ullah have such a major influence on the revival of Islam in the subcontinent? [7] Q3. Was the work of Syed Ahmad Shaheed Barailvi the most important factor in the revival of Islam in the sub-continent during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries? Give reasons for your answer. [14] Q1. Who was Aurangzeb? [4] or Who was Nadir Shah Q2. Explain why the Mughal Empire declined following the reign of Aurangzeb. [7] or Explain why the successors of Aurangzeb failed to prevent the decline of the Mughal Empire. Q3. Were the weak and greedy characteristics of Aurangzeb’s successors the most important reasons for the collapse of the Mughal Empire? Explain your answer. [14] or The spread of Marathan power was the main reason for the decline of the Mughal Empire.’ Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer. [14] Q1. Who was Siraj-ud-Daulah? Q2. Explain why the East India Company became involved in the Indian sub-continent during the seventeenth century. [7] Q3. ‘Indian resistance to British attempts to take control of lands in the sub-continent in the hundred years before 1850 was totally unsuccessful.’ Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [14] Q1. What was the Battle of Plassey? Q2. Why was Britain successful in increasing its control of some parts of the sub-continent in the years 1750 to 1850? [7] Q3. How successful were the British attempts to take control of lands in the sub-continent between 1750 and 1856? [14] Q1. Who was Bahadur Shah II? Q2. Why did the War of Independence of 1857 fail? [7] Q3. The establishment of English as the official language of the sub-continent in 1834 was the main reason for the War of Independence of 1857’. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer. [14] Q1. Who was Lakshmibhai? 14 Marks question of the war of Independence 1. ‘The War of Independence of 1857 achieved nothing’. Give reasons why you might agree and disagree with this statement. [14] 2. ‘The War of Independence of 1857 was caused by the greased cartridge incident’. Give reasons why you might agree and disagree with this statement. [14] 3. ‘The introduction of social reforms by the British, such as education, caused the War of Independence in 1857.’ Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [14] Q1. Who was Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Q2. Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan found the Aligarh Movement? [7] Q3. Which of the following was the most important contribution of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in restoring the position of Muslims in the sub-continent: (i) attempts to achieve a better understanding between the British and the Muslims; (ii) education; (iii) politics? Explain your answer with reference to all three of the above. [14] 14 Marks questions 1. Was the attempt to achieve a better understanding with the British the most important contribution that Sir Syed Ahmed Khan made to the Muslim cause during the nineteenth century? Explain your answer. [14] 2. ‘Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s political beliefs had a greater impact on the Muslims than any of his 3. other beliefs’. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer. [14] 4. Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan wish to develop a better understanding with the British following the War of Independence (1857-58)? [7] 5. Was the development of a western education system the most important contribution of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in developing the cause of Muslims during the nineteenth century? Explain your answer. [14] 6. Were the religious views of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan his most important contribution in developing the cause of Muslims during the nineteenth century? Explain your answer. [14] Random questions Q1. a) Who was Mohsin-ud-Din? (4) b) Why was Britain able to expand its control of the subcontinent in the 1750-1850? (7) c) Do you agree that Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s most important contribution to the Muslim community was his support for education? Give reasons for your answer? (14) Q2. a) What was the battle of Plassey? (4) b) Why did Shahwaliullah translate the Quran into Persian? (7) c) Was the arrival of the British the main reason for the decline of the Mughal Empire? Give reasons for your answer. (14) Q3. a) Describe the economic reasons for the war of independence. (4) b) Why did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan write “The causes of the Indian revolt”? (7) c) Was the work of Syed Ahmad Barelvi the most important factor in the revival of Islam in the period 1700-1850? Give reasons for your answer. (14) Q4. a) Who was Sir Syed Ahmad Khan? (4) b) Why did the War of Independence fail in 18571858? (7) c) The religious reasons the main factor of the cause of the War of Independence in 18571858? DO you agree or disagree? Explain your answer. (14) Name: Description: ...
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