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    How are you guys revising for it? It's kind of hard because we can take in all of our script with our notes on.. for section B i've even got paragraphs of my concept written in my script because as long as it's our own words were aloud too. I'm just not sure how to revise? Is there even any point?
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    For people who have done Lysistrata, what have you based your concept on?
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    Anyone else being told that Drama isn't an actual exam by people who do STEM subject?
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    (Original post by iyi123)
    Lysistrata
    There's like no one doing Dr Faustus :'(
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    (Original post by chaotic.school)
    There's like no one doing Dr Faustus :'(
    I am!!!
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    what live performance did you see? I saw the cherry orchard
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    (Original post by yeeeeohdwbfbf)
    what live performance did you see? I saw the cherry orchard
    I saw Hamlet done by the RSC
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    (Original post by yeeeeohdwbfbf)
    what live performance did you see? I saw the cherry orchard
    Cherry Orchard by Chekov?

    No way, we are both doing Faustus and I went to go see Uncle Vanya by Chekov for my live performance!
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    The exam is not out of 60, it is out of 80!!!

    20 Marks for Section A
    30 Marks for Section B
    30 Marks for Section C
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    (Original post by Lostthelyrics)
    How are you guys revising for it? It's kind of hard because we can take in all of our script with our notes on.. for section B i've even got paragraphs of my concept written in my script because as long as it's our own words were aloud too. I'm just not sure how to revise? Is there even any point?
    what play are you doing? and what paragraphs have you written on your concept in your script?
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    (Original post by skytrenfield)
    what play are you doing? and what paragraphs have you written on your concept in your script?
    I've got a whole justification essay to write in and im gonna do a few paragraphs specific to set, costume etc
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    (Original post by Lostthelyrics)
    I've got a whole justification essay to write in and im gonna do a few paragraphs specific to set, costume etc
    What do you mean about justification? what play you doing?


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    Justification of your overall concept? It's the question that comes up every year? And Dr Faustus
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    (Original post by Lostthelyrics)
    Justification of your overall concept? It's the question that comes up every year? And Dr Faustus
    What question is that?! I havent seen one, or my teacher has referenced it differently


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    I didn't think we were allowed paragraphs in our scripts
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    As long as its in your own words it's fine, it's been done before in my sixth form and they didnt get flagged for it
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    for the Section C 1000 words, what are people writing in it?
    I don't remember the whole play, but I remember a handful of key examples that reflect a design element.
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    (Original post by chaotic.school)
    for the Section C 1000 words, what are people writing in it?
    I don't remember the whole play, but I remember a handful of key examples that reflect a design element.
    Ive written about the original performance and comparisons to the modern play performance that you saw!


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    (Original post by skytrenfield)
    Ive written about the original performance and comparisons to the modern play performance that you saw!


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    Yeah I've managed to find a guide sheet my teacher sent me with headlines on what to include.
    What play did you go to see? and which time period of theatre is it from?
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    (Original post by chaotic.school)
    Yeah I've managed to find a guide sheet my teacher sent me with headlines on what to include.
    What play did you go to see? and which time period of theatre is it from?
    I saw As You Like It! How about you?

    The Elizabethan era!


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