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    Oh, Okay! Are you nervous? I'm bricking it over here.
    Yeah! So scared, more worried about AIC than ofm&m

    I also have a chemistry exam tomorrow afternoon so I'm basically revising both subjects at the same time


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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    How you feeling about OMAM?
    Confident about OMAM but scared about AIC, you?


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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Yeah! So scared, more worried about AIC than ofm&m

    I also have a chemistry exam tomorrow afternoon so I'm basically revising both subjects at the same time


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    I have C2 & C3 :mad:
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Confident about OMAM but scared about AIC, you?


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    After I found some resources, bring on OMAM :awesome:

    But I think I need to analyse sunlight on the grass more.
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Yeah! So scared, more worried about AIC than ofm&m

    I also have a chemistry exam tomorrow afternoon so I'm basically revising both subjects at the same time


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    I think I'm more worried about OMAM to be honest! I usually get A*s for my AIC but only A's for OMAM but it completely depends on the questions. At least with AIC you get a choice of questions!

    You took triple science? My friend's got that exam tomorrow too but I took BTEC so I'm exam free :P
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    Ryanb17 - much respect to you my man! A lot of maths there, as well as a fellow Suits fan, that's awesome.

    I'm doing Of Mice and Men and An Inspector Calls tomorrow (as well as P1 IGCSE Chemistry). Should be fun. I've done a few practice essays I devised myself for both texts this week just to practise writing under timed conditions. Also, if the topic of one of my essays, perchance does come up, then that's going to save me a lot of valuable time in planning.

    Good luck, everyone.
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    After I found some resources, bring on OMAM :awesome:

    But I think I need to analyse sunlight on the grass more.
    Where did you find em?
    Is that your poems? I'll revise poems on Tuesday&Wednesday
    I'm doing the moon on the tides one


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    (Original post by tatwriter)
    I think I'm more worried about OMAM to be honest! I usually get A*s for my AIC but only A's for OMAM but it completely depends on the questions. At least with AIC you get a choice of questions!

    You took triple science? My friend's got that exam tomorrow too but I took BTEC so I'm exam free :P
    Lucky you!
    Yeah the IGCSE Science exams - we've only had one so far
    I'm aiming for an A/A* for OMAM but no idea about AIC



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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    What's the microchosm?! We haven't learnt that


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    the dictionary says A community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristic features of something much larger.

    But in easier words the ranch acts like a little world and each character represents a part in society for example , Curley and His boss represnt the capitalists who are in control , the ranch men represnt the ordinary men, while candy , crooks and curley wife represnet the underdogs of society as they are discriminated agaisnt for not being a white , young male

    hope this helps
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Where did you find em?
    Is that your poems? I'll revise poems on Tuesday&Wednesday
    I'm doing the moon on the tides one


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    You're doing Moon on the Tides? Me too, which cluster?
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    (Original post by Mallory)
    the dictionary says A community, place, or situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristic features of something much larger.

    But in easier words the ranch acts like a little world and each character represents a part in society for example , Curley and His boss represnt the capitalists who are in control , the ranch men represnt the ordinary men, while candy , crooks and curley wife represnet the underdogs of society as they are discriminated agaisnt for not being a white , young male

    hope this helps
    It did thanks!


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    i reckon slim or Crooks will come up in of Mice and Men, as they've not been asked about in previous past papers. For an Inspector Calls, I reckon there will be a question on Mrs Birling or Eric. That's what I'm analysing thoroughly atm, the relationship between Eric and his dad, birling.
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Where did you find em?
    Is that your poems? I'll revise poems on Tuesday&Wednesday
    I'm doing the moon on the tides one


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    Found them on getrevising. Printed off around 19 pages of notes on OMAM and SOTG.
    SOTG is for the test tomorrow. Instead of doing a whole book we're doing a series of short stories.

    I'm doing moon on the tides on Thursday as well. I've analysed most of the poems so it's just going to be going over notes.
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    (Original post by tatwriter)
    You're doing Moon on the Tides? Me too, which cluster?
    Relationships you?


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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Found them on getrevising. Printed off around 19 pages of notes on OMAM and SOTG.
    SOTG is for the test tomorrow. Instead of doing a whole book we're doing a series of short stories.

    I'm doing moon on the tides on Thursday as well. I've analysed most of the poems so it's just going to be going over notes.
    ahh same, I've posted tons of OMAM notes on getrevising


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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    ahh same, I've posted tons of OMAM notes on getrevising


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    Typical of me to find it the day before the exam :lol:
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    I really want an A/A* to get into my sixth form , is everyone aiming for that too?

    I was wondering I got like 83% in my course work ( the teacher used last years mark scheme which was like high and many people complained about it)

    It is still possible to get an A* ?:confused:
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Typical of me to find it the day before the exam :lol:
    awww, you'll do great anyhow!


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    (Original post by AimeeLM)
    Does anyone have any idea about who is likely to come up in TKAM? I know there's a huge range of characters but it'd be nice to focus my final preparations on a small minority!
    I reckon Jem or Calpurnia as Scout and Miss Maudie came up recently.

    How is everyone preparing for TKAM part of the exam?
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    found this pretty helpful for OMAM

    http://getrevising.co.uk/files/docum...the%20OMAM.pdf
 
 
 
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