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    Geography case studies man

    and anyone here doing Unseen poetry and A View From the Bridge for English Lit tomorrow? I need 45/75 for an A and 63/75 for A*. And 10/75 for a C
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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    Guys is anyone going to pre-read for a levels over summer?


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    If I am bored and have nothing to do in the last few weeks of summer might learn a bit of A level maths if i can
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    (Original post by stepin2thelight)
    What do you think will be on the exam?
    I really don't know, sorry 😔 I suspect everything will come up in some way because there is usually a question for each unit, it's just what will come up in part A/B I don't know- Unit 4 social responsibility might come up in part B because that hasn't for the past 3 years but again, it's just a guess 😁
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    I'm struggling with eng lit AQA, I don't know where to find quotes from? I don't have enough time to re read the books.I do crucible and of mice and men


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    I'm struggling with eng lit AQA, I don't know where to find quotes from? I don't have enough time to re read the books.I do crucible and of mice and men


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    watch some youtube videos online by mrbruff i watched them literally the morning of my exam last year and it basically saved me
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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    I'm struggling with eng lit AQA, I don't know where to find quotes from? I don't have enough time to re read the books.I do crucible and of mice and men


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    I do OMAM too but I think just knowing what happens and which characters are in each chapter helps a lot with quotes, especially if it's a character question.
    Ch1- George and Lennie, making their way to the ranch
    Ch2- they all basically play cards and are being introduced to G and L. Most of the ranch workers are mentioned but I think the key character developments are Curley, Curley's wife and Slim. Carlson is a minor character but if he does come up (I'm praying he doesn't) then this chapter has most of the little you can say about him.
    Ch3- Candy's dog is shot, they talk about the 'cathouse', G, L and Candy talk about dream and Curley and Lennie fight. There's good quotes about G and L's relationship and dream, Candy and dog.
    ch4- basically everyone who is discriminated against comes together in Crooks' bunk- most of Crooks' character is developed here
    Ch5- Lennie killed puppy, Curley's wife's dream, Lennie kills Curley's wife, Candy's want for the dream is made clear near the end of this chapter
    ch6- Lennie starts thinking of Aunt Clara and a giant rabbit in his head, SPOILER G kills L (of course) and their relationship is brought to a close
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    (Original post by AvKar)
    I do OMAM too but I think just knowing what happens and which characters are in each chapter helps a lot with quotes, especially if it's a character question.
    Ch1- George and Lennie, making their way to the ranch
    Ch2- they all basically play cards and are being introduced to G and L. Most of the ranch workers are mentioned but I think the key character developments are Curley, Curley's wife and Slim. Carlson is a minor character but if he does come up (I'm praying he doesn't) then this chapter has most of the little you can say about him.
    Ch3- Candy's dog is shot, they talk about the 'cathouse', G, L and Candy talk about dream and Curley and Lennie fight. There's good quotes about G and L's relationship and dream, Candy and dog.
    ch4- basically everyone who is discriminated against comes together in Crooks' bunk- most of Crooks' character is developed here
    Ch5- Lennie killed puppy, Curley's wife's dream, Lennie kills Curley's wife, Candy's want for the dream is made clear near the end of this chapter
    ch6- Lennie starts thinking of Aunt Clara and a giant rabbit in his head, SPOILER G kills L (of course) and their relationship is brought to a close
    There's no way that there would be a whole question on Carlson. Apparently Candy is really likely this year
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    Just did the June 2014 paper for physical geography so happy that I wasnt sitting GCSE's last year
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    Anyone doing Lord of the Flies? I love writing about it but I can't think of any techniques Golding uses other than imagery/metaphors
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    Just re read of mice and men. Feeling emotional and sad I imagined myself in George's postition. Damn that was an emotional novel ;((((

    Time to read AIC now ;(
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    (Original post by niamhisokay)
    Anyone doing Lord of the Flies? I love writing about it but I can't think of any techniques Golding uses other than imagery/metaphors
    Foreshadowing is used quite a bit


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    (Original post by tryrevise)
    Foreshadowing is used quite a bit


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    Thanks
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    (Original post by AvKar)
    I do OMAM too but I think just knowing what happens and which characters are in each chapter helps a lot with quotes, especially if it's a character question.
    Ch1- George and Lennie, making their way to the ranch
    Ch2- they all basically play cards and are being introduced to G and L. Most of the ranch workers are mentioned but I think the key character developments are Curley, Curley's wife and Slim. Carlson is a minor character but if he does come up (I'm praying he doesn't) then this chapter has most of the little you can say about him.
    Ch3- Candy's dog is shot, they talk about the 'cathouse', G, L and Candy talk about dream and Curley and Lennie fight. There's good quotes about G and L's relationship and dream, Candy and dog.
    ch4- basically everyone who is discriminated against comes together in Crooks' bunk- most of Crooks' character is developed here
    Ch5- Lennie killed puppy, Curley's wife's dream, Lennie kills Curley's wife, Candy's want for the dream is made clear near the end of this chapter
    ch6- Lennie starts thinking of Aunt Clara and a giant rabbit in his head, SPOILER G kills L (of course) and their relationship is brought to a close
    OMGG! This is so helpful, thanks! 😄
    Do you think for curcible John proctor could come up?


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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    OMGG! This is so helpful, thanks! ������
    Do you think for curcible John proctor could come up?


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    Haha it's okay! Happy to help 😄 I don't study the Crucible unfortunately so won't be able to answer that- I do the Woman in Black which is annoying because I feel like hardly anyone else does it 😋
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    (Original post by TH3-FL45H)
    There's no way that there would be a whole question on Carlson. Apparently Candy is really likely this year
    Well thank god- I have no idea what could be asked on Carlson if it was so that's reassuring but tbh I wouldn't really like a question on Candy either- I feel like I can relate to his dog more than him so if the dog isn't part of that then I'm screwed 😒 all I can talk about is discrimination but the language techniques used for Candy's character development ade minimal so I'm just praying for an easy question 🙏🙏
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    (Original post by tryrevise)
    Foreshadowing is used quite a bit


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    Yeah like when it says when Jack is introduced something about his hair being "red beneath the black" showing his inner savagery is yet to be unleashed.

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    How did you find it?
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    Is everyone ready for english lit tomorrow?
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    (Original post by sditta)
    How did you find it?
    I thought it was a good paper tbh. Pretty sure of an A*. Thought it was easier than the biology paper. You?

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    (Original post by Hanire)
    Is everyone ready for english lit tomorrow?
    Not really no

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