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    I'm studying Pride and Prejudice and Much Ado About Nothing but I'm not sure what the best way to revise is.

    My exam is closed book so I need to learn key quotes - how many quotes are people learning?

    Do you think that it's easier to write an essay on themes or characters?

    My exam is in three week and I'm panicking like crazy
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