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AQA GCSE English Literature Exams - 20th and 23rd May 2013 *OFFICAL THREAD* Watch

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    So just summing up,
    For OMAM:
    A) Slim, scene
    B) dream, loneliness, nature(?)

    And for AIC:
    Eric, mr birling, Eva smith, generation gap thing

    Is that right? What other themes questions could there be in AIC?
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    (Original post by cycahm)
    So just summing up,
    For OMAM:
    A) Slim, scene
    B) dream, loneliness, nature(?)

    And for AIC:
    Eric, mr birling, Eva smith, generation gap thing

    Is that right? What other themes questions could there be in AIC?
    Yeah seems right


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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    2 and a bit sides - my writing is small

    (I managed to fit 2,000 words in 2 A4 sides LOOL)

    You?


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    How many words do you write per line?
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    Could the role of women come up on AIC
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    (Original post by cycahm)
    How many words do you write per line?
    Normally 25ish, but the exam booklet is slightly smaller width wise


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    is everyone ready for tomorrow?

    but i do wish u guys GOOD LUCK for tomorrows lit exam, i hope you all do amazing and achieve the grades that you want!
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Normally 25ish, but the exam booklet is slightly smaller width wise


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    Omg that's amazing you must write so quickly then
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    (Original post by cycahm)
    Omg that's amazing you must write so quickly then
    I've been told I do
    But in exams sometimes I write slower to be as concise as possible


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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Normally 25ish, but the exam booklet is slightly smaller width wise


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    I write 10-13 :eek:
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    I've been told I do
    But in exams sometimes I write slower to be as concise as possible


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    Is your handwriting really neat then since its so small?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    I write 10-13 :eek:
    Me too but when I timed myself, I only managed to write 2 sides for each question :/
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    I write 10-13 :eek:
    lool, my writing is dependent on my mood, the paper (Oxford paper ftw) and the pen


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    (Original post by cycahm)
    Is your handwriting really neat then since its so small?
    Well, I don't consider it to be near but everybody seems to think it is


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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    lool, my writing is dependent on my mood, the paper (Oxford paper ftw) and the pen


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    I might try writing smaller tomorrow since I might be able to write quicker
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    (Original post by anzipanzi)
    is everyone ready for tomorrow?

    but i do wish u guys GOOD LUCK for tomorrows lit exam, i hope you all do amazing and achieve the grades that you want!
    Good luck to you , I doubt I will be able to scrape a C, I just done have the ability or know the stuff that needs to be added
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    Don't forget you get a choice for AIC...

    I always do better in the first OMAM question (the extract)

    I'm just hoping for an A, a B is satisfactory


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    (Original post by DenchmanFrimmy)
    I attached a model answer have a read of that and look at the way the language is analysed and the style of writing.

    Also a good idea for the exam is to know how to structure your answer and as long you have a few valid points and quotes and know how to write i'm confident you are capable of getting high grade
    This is really good - but there was a part where you talked about 'Curley being permitted to go to the brothel' could you explain that part please?
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    What THEMES will come up for Of Mice and Men? I'm thinking maybe nature? Does anyone have any points on this because I have very little....

    Also, why does Steinbeck continue to highlight the actions of animals within the play, such as the horses in the stable and the heron present both at the start and the end of the play?
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    (Original post by Natasha792)
    Do you know if Candy has come up recently?
    Many thanks!
    Yes, Candy has appeared as well
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    Totally forgot I had Chemistry tomorrow as well :sigh:
 
 
 
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