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    Dont think there are many people on this board. But for those of us who are, how have you been preparing for monday? and which poetry selection/drama text are you doing? any good revision books/websites you could recommend?

    and g'luck for monday
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    I am doing it. I find the poetry section straightforward and it takes me a day to familiarize myself with the poems. I hate the novels though! I am most likely gonna mess that up, by no means, i will try the 'chat ********' way which nearly always garantees victories in English =D

    I don't think there are revision websites nor books, especially since this is English and a new sylabus. =(
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    (Original post by M. M)
    I am doing it. I find the poetry section straightforward and it takes me a day to familiarize myself with the poems. I hate the novels though! I am most likely gonna mess that up, by no means, i will try the 'chat ********' way which nearly always garantees victories in English =D

    I don't think there are revision websites nor books, especially since this is English and a new sylabus. =(
    haha yeah, I used that 'crap talk' trick for gcse and it worked very well. don't think it will work too well for a-level though, sadly. I dont like the poems we're doing (Philip Larkin) dont mind the drama text though. which poems are you doing?
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    Ahhh finally other people on this exam board! Am dreading the exam, really, I am studying Arcadia and still don't understand it.
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    WJEC English Lit is the easiest subject by a mile. I got a C in my coursework for it on my GCSE results day I was praying I would get a C init. I opened the envelope aand it was an A. Lots of people who are not very smart in my school only passed Eng Lit because it is just so easy. Are you doing Of Mice And Men and An Inspector Calls?
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    (Original post by ......)
    haha yeah, I used that 'crap talk' trick for gcse and it worked very well. don't think it will work too well for a-level though, sadly. I dont like the poems we're doing (Philip Larkin) dont mind the drama text though. which poems are you doing?
    OMG! Im so sorry, i made a mistake. i am not doing this exam. i am doing lang&lit - on the same day though. we study 25 poems and compare it with an unseen text. also, we analyse abstracts from two novels! not the most exciting books!

    Sorry, and wish u the very best with ur exam!
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    (Original post by M. M)
    OMG! Im so sorry, i made a mistake. i am not doing this exam. i am doing lang&lit - on the same day though. we study 25 poems and compare it with an unseen text. also, we analyse abstracts from two novels! not the most exciting books!

    Sorry, and wish u the very best with ur exam!
    LOL dont worry about it

    thanks and good luck to you too
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    Dammit it was hard! Who did Broken Glass here??
 
 
 
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