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    Take a look at the link I poated for tips oj how I did it last year. Fijdijg texts tgat cover several themes will save you a lot of reading time!
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    Oh dear - sorry for fat fingers! Lol!

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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    hi can i also have one please
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    Hiya, I don't mean to be a bother but can you pm me your sample answers and exam techniques as well please? Okay, I'm going to be really cheeky here and say I only made this account so I could ask you for help
    I apologise for being so annoying but please I'm panicking about this exam right now. Really need some help and advice Thank you x
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    (Original post by wilsonab)
    That's good How is everyone organising there wider reading? 1 of each (prose,drama,poetry) for every topic (women,progress,class,evolving attitudes) or just a random mixture if that makes sense lol
    Hello there. I really didn't have enough time to prepare a prose, drama and poetry for each topic so I'm just hoping for the best as I've only got 1 prose, 1 drama and 1 poetry which I guess the content within it covers most of the themes, but I'm really not sure tbh. I really don't feel prepared for the exam on Friday, I'm absolutely dreading it. Although my teacher did say that they "assign too much importance" when it comes to wider reading and to focus more on context. I guess three marks does make quite a difference but as long as you make a few links between wider reading and the text you'll be fine I think
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    Aw bless you! There is a link further up on this thread which will take you to a previous post I made with my exam technique.

    I will do my best to remember to pm my past paper essays although they may not be worthy of the grade I received in the actual exam. They'll at least show you how I put the technique into practice if nothing else!

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    Aw bless you! There is a link further up on this thread which will take you to a previous post I made with my exam technique.

    I will do my best to remember to pm my past paper essays although they may not be worthy of the grade I received in the actual exam. They'll at least show you how I put the technique into practice if nothing else!

    Good luck!
    Ohh I'll go and have a look at that thread then, thank you. That's fine, trust me right now anything will help, and that's actually what I really need to focus and know about more than anything, improving my exam technique. It's like I know what to write about and what points I can/need to make, etc. but when it comes to actually expressing those thoughts and ideas, I really struggle. Anyway, thank you so much
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    Hi is anyone doing the brontes for their selected poetry and does anyone know if you need to learn all of the poems for the poetry question or just have a general knowledge? Thanks
 
 
 
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