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    In UMS marks, it's 90, I was just checking both bits are weighted the same. If they're both worth 20, that's the same as what I said so I'm happy
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    Madness/disturbed minds is a good area to study as it coincides with aspects such as poverty and suffering.

    I would also recommend childhood and imagination as major points to revise.

    I am doing The Winter's Tale for my Shakespeare.... anyone have any idea what might come up for that?
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    thank you so much for those notes they are awesome...I thought this exam would kill me and both sides of Hamlet and LB would let me down, none of which I am particularly strong at, thanking you again
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    grade boundary for an A is 29/40 which is pretty slack i think
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    Couldn't have asked for better questions!
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    Not too bad actually. Which questions did people do? I did the one about the end of Hamlet, and the one about rural people.
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    hamlet's flaws and imagination

    could have been worse
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    Yeah I did Hamlet's flaws and rural lives questions.
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    hamlet was a bit of a mess, but imagination what a gift of a question.
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    (Original post by bianca123)
    laura_____x
    thank you so much for those notes they are awesome...I thought this exam would kill me and both sides of Hamlet and LB would let me down, none of which I am particularly strong at, thanking you again
    lol awwwh no problem
    im just sooo happy its over!
    onto history revision for tomorrow morning...
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    (Original post by laura____x)
    hamlet was a bit of a mess, but imagination what a gift of a question.
    exactly how i feel

    not looking forward to history tomorrow though argh
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    (Original post by willenium)
    exactly how i feel

    not looking forward to history tomorrow though argh

    ahh yeh same, ive got cold war , how about you?
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    germany 1933-45 ugh
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    haha lameee
    well good luck anyways
    its gona be a long night
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    I still think the Hamlet's flaws question was very close to the losing sympathy one they've previously set. HMPH.
    (ie. I do not revise it as thoroughly as I should have :P)
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    i thought both questions i did (hamlets flaws and rural people) were pretty much perfect, considering the messy questions they could have asked.
    just out of interest, what was the second question on hamlet? i didnt even read it i liked the first one too much!
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    second one was on the ending of the play and whether the audience was satisfied that corruption has been removed from denmark or somesuch
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    It was

    "The audience is satisfied that with Claudius's death and Fortinbras's arrival, corruption has been removed from Elsinore"
    OR
    "The audience recieves no sense of closure, since all the main members of the court have been murdered thanks to the corruption at Elsinore"

    I thought the second opinion was a pretty rubbish one, but the maajority of my essay was answering the part where they said "what do you think?"....
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    (Original post by willenium)
    hamlet's flaws and imagination

    could have been worse

    Same

    I didnt even finish Hamlet. Wrote about 3 pages on Lyrical Ballads since I knew what i was talking about (how could you not with such an abstract idea at hand) whereas with Hamlet I had little idea about quotes but got a page full of notes down so as to try and secure SOME sort of grade...
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    (Original post by SCD)
    Same

    I didnt even finish Hamlet. Wrote about 3 pages on Lyrical Ballads since I knew what i was talking about (how could you not with such an abstract idea at hand) whereas with Hamlet I had little idea about quotes but got a page full of notes down so as to try and secure SOME sort of grade...
    Exactly same as me!

    I think I got like 20 for Imagination and about 11/12 for Hamlet lol.

    Oh well, atleast no more english!
 
 
 
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