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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    Omg your Facebook post came up on my Facebook feed hahaha!


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    Did it actually!? Oh my that's insane ahahhaha it has over 50 shares now oh my
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    (Original post by chloecam29)
    Did it actually!? Oh my that's insane ahahhaha it has over 50 shares now oh my
    Like four of my friends shared it 😂


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    (Original post by Tsunaomi)
    Like four of my friends shared it 😂


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    That's crazy :") So cool that it reached you though ahahahah
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    (Original post by chloecam29)
    That's crazy :") So cool that it reached you though ahahahah
    It's very accurate 😂


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    (Original post by Dok6)
    Done Mrs Johnstone but thought the question was too specific , didn't even know what to say for against
    ah you see, i did money and wrote about how if mrs j had money, she wouldn't have had to sacrifice her child & for counter i wrote how mrs l's main issue is lonliness, not money
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    Yea in hindsight i should have gave that question a chance, a wrote it off because i hadnt look over it and didnt know where to find quotes on it, i knew points but thought it would be difficult to explain, i think i done ok with mrs j, gave 2 very good points and 2 ok ones, should be enough still for an A overall hopefully!
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    (Original post by chloecam29)
    Made this for today ahahah
    CCEA English Lit Starter Pack:
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    Just seen this on my Facebook as well, so relatable😂
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    Do ccea take the grade boundaries from EVERYONE who does english lit, or is it just the grade boundaries are found from the people who do the same unit?? Like would TKAM and LOTF have different grade boundaries??
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    (Original post by RJM1802)
    Do ccea take the grade boundaries from EVERYONE who does english lit, or is it just the grade boundaries are found from the people who do the same unit?? Like would TKAM and LOTF have different grade boundaries??
    I feel like it would be everyone who did English Lit would have a universal grade boundary, but if you find out for definite let me know
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    Is anyone doing English Language Unit 1 (higher) on the 1st June and Unit 2 (higher) on 7th June?
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    Pretty sure the English Lit boundaries are set, A* = 90% , A = 80% and so on.. at least that's what the CCEA website appeared to say
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    (Original post by MeganMcAlister)
    Is anyone doing English Language Unit 1 (higher) on the 1st June and Unit 2 (higher) on 7th June?
    Mee! 🙋🏼🙋🏼
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    (Original post by laurenmck99)
    Pretty sure the English Lit boundaries are set, A* = 90% , A = 80% and so on.. at least that's what the CCEA website appeared to say
    Do they not change every year depending on how people did? or is that only some subjects like sconce where the difficult changes, cus like the English exams don't really change considerably
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    (Original post by chemnerd4life)
    Mee! 🙋🏼🙋🏼
    Aghh how are you revising for it??
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    (Original post by chemnerd4life)
    Do they not change every year depending on how people did? or is that only some subjects like sconce where the difficult changes, cus like the English exams don't really change considerably
    The maths grades and other exams like that change, but I'm pretty sure the English grades are set
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    (Original post by laurenmck99)
    Pretty sure the English Lit boundaries are set, A* = 90% , A = 80% and so on.. at least that's what the CCEA website appeared to say
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    (Original post by MeganMcAlister)
    Aghh how are you revising for it??
    I'm not doing too much really, I never really know what to do. For multi modal I am going over different presentational and language devices and their effects. That's all I have done so far anyway😂
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    I would need to start lmaoo
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    (Original post by Okdmd46)
    I would need to start lmaoo
    Any tips? 😂
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    (Original post by chemnerd4life)
    Any tips? 😂
    I bought the english language revision book and its good for the second unit, havent looked at the first one yet but will tomarrow, only about £8 on amazon or there is a resource booklet similar to the book with tips and techniques on the ccea website under support materials!
 
 
 
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