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    HIGHLIGHTERS (I cannot stress this enough!) Also, I would say use sheets of paper, plastic wallets, and file dividers to organise your notes- not notebooks. This is just a personal preference, but I found it easier as this way your hand outs stay in the right topic, and revision is easier. Also buy a mini hole punch for instant popularity (theres never enough hole punches to go around haha.) Good luck! I'm so glad I'm dropping English Lit this year haha
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    (Original post by Radmandy;[url="tel:58752861")
    58752861[/url]]Is english lit hard? the exam board I'm doing is OCR if that helps??
    Personally it was my easiest subject! But the exam is a bit mean because it's closed book!
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    (Original post by amelimoo)
    Personally it was my easiest subject! But the exam is a bit mean because it's closed book!
    Which would mean memorising quotes I assume?


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    (Original post by Radmandy;[url="tel:58929055")
    58929055[/url]]Which would mean memorising quotes I assume?


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    Yeah lots of memorising quotes
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    OCR English literature was not an enjoyable experience for me, I got an A for AS in the end but only after working 3x as hard for it as any of my other subjects (maths, history and geography). Didn't find out until after I started that you needed 90/100 RAW MARKS to get an A


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