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    do we need to know many quotes or is context more important?

    i still need to re learn my winters tale stuff!!
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    Good luck everybody! Anyone else dreading this one because WW1 synoptic went so terribly? ... Just me then.
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    i feel like i dont know ANY lyrical ballads.
    i think its pretty safe to say, im ******* myself
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    (Original post by RachieAchie)
    Good luck everybody! Anyone else dreading this one because WW1 synoptic went so terribly? ... Just me then.

    hahah i feel exactly that way.. i was more confident with war to start with and i HATED that exam! god knows what this one will throw at me!!
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    what questions did you guys get in your war exam then??
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    (Original post by alice1990)
    hahah i feel exactly that way.. i was more confident with war to start with and i HATED that exam! god knows what this one will throw at me!!
    Agh, I know! Wasn't feeling too bad about World War One beforehand but I could have cried afterwards. :ashy: Oh the traumas of life I tell you!
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    (Original post by linziobbee)
    blank text file i think.... thanks xx
    That should work, the colors and fonts are gone, but all the text should be there.
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    some really horrible roman times poem that made next to no sense, some other i hate war poem, dulce et decorum est (which meant carefully remembered quotes couldnt be used) oh what a lovely war but not a good bit of it and some book which ive never read before written like 3 years ago.

    its really annoying cos loadsof the poetry patic sassoon i really liked but couldnt use becauseit wasnt relevant enough
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    That 'Oh What A Lovely War' bit was dire. Munitions manufacturers? I wasn't prepared for those beggars!

    BUT off topic! Sorry Ed.
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    (Original post by alice1990)
    some really horrible roman times poem that made next to no sense, some other i hate war poem, dulce et decorum est (which meant carefully remembered quotes couldnt be used) oh what a lovely war but not a good bit of it and some book which ive never read before written like 3 years ago.

    its really annoying cos loadsof the poetry patic sassoon i really liked but couldnt use becauseit wasnt relevant enough
    As the exam was hard there is a good chance of lower grade boundaries, thankfully. Also I've been told that 14-15/20 is an A on the synoptic paper.
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    (Original post by RachieAchie)
    That 'Oh What A Lovely War' bit was dire. Munitions manufacturers? I wasn't prepared for those beggars!

    BUT off topic! Sorry Ed.
    :mad: Ruin my loverly thread
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    (Original post by Ed.)
    :mad: Ruin my loverly thread
    I apologise profusely. Quick, let me say something Lyrical Ballady! Umm, "slimy things did crawl with legs upon the slimy sea". Oh yes they did, mm hmm.
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    thanks Ed 4 the short theme notes..


    oh and u cheered me up with the thought of grade boundries goin down in unit 6

    good luck every1
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    haha ill be lucky if i get 5 marks but never mind! i already have a place at art college so its not like english is that ummmm essential. haha maybe it is. never mind!

    i dont know if i should revise more shakey (my strong point) or more wordy/coly (my very very weak point) cos i kind of know that the latter just wont sink in, ever, and imight be able to write a good essay on shakey, PROVIDING a good question comes up

    but what if the shakey question is impossible?

    erghh exams are horrid

    anyone else relying on bachs rescue remedy so they dont get too nervy! i am!!
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    Ed, can u add me to ur msn please xx
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    (Original post by linziobbee)
    Ed, can u add me to ur msn please xx
    Sure, do I have to go online as well :p:
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    oooh and me please
    xxxx
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    (Original post by alice1990)
    anyone else relying on bachs rescue remedy so they dont get too nervy! i am!!
    That and chocolate covered raisins are about the only two things getting me through these zams.

    Seriously about the raisins, chocolate gives you a quick energy boost and the raisins keep it going. Hear it learn it live it.
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    what percentage of our total grade does this exam count for? Lyrical Ballads and Hamlet?
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    yes u do bcz me and alice need ur help lol!!
 
 
 
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