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    Hi, i have an english gcse exam tomorrow where i have to compare the use of language spoken by two radio presenters focusing on how they adapt their language to suit their target audience. I understand the point of the task, but i'm not sure what kinds of things i'm allowed to write on the gcse notes page because last time i wrote too much :|
    Thanks for your help!
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    notes/bullet points etc. no full sentences apparently :/
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    (Original post by meeow)
    notes/bullet points etc. no full sentences apparently :/
    ok, am i allowed to write things like 'fillers-not so confident' etc? because i'm not allowed to annotate the transcripts so i'm not sure how to remember all that information..
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    (Original post by Rosaknows)
    ok, am i allowed to write things like 'fillers-not so confident' etc? because i'm not allowed to annotate the transcripts so i'm not sure how to remember all that information..
    Yeah, that sort of thing is fine
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    (Original post by meeow)
    Yeah, that sort of thing is fine
    ok thanks for your help
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    That's your English exam? :eek: Christ, they're really scraping the bottom of the barrel, aren't they?
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    (Original post by Ra Ra Ra)
    That's your English exam? :eek: Christ, they're really scraping the bottom of the barrel, aren't they?
    Well it's only my third one so far. It's going to get much harder when we study great expectations by Charles Dickens.
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    (Original post by Rosaknows)
    Well it's only my third one so far. It's going to get much harder when we study great expectations by Charles Dickens.
    Nah, Great Expectations is a piece of cake. Just waffle on about Miss Havisham and you should be fine I did it for my coursework, but I'm really interested about your English exam - you can bring in notes? I did AQA English GCSE last year and my exam seems completely different to yours. Is this Edexcel?
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    (Original post by Ra Ra Ra)
    Nah, Great Expectations is a piece of cake. Just waffle on about Miss Havisham and you should be fine I did it for my coursework, but I'm really interested about your English exam - you can bring in notes? I did AQA English GCSE last year and my exam seems completely different to yours. Is this Edexcel?
    No, i'm doing AQA so we just have to do many controlled assessments and then final exams...for the CA's. we're allowed to use an official aqa notes page but i'm not sure about how it would be for the actual exam :|
 
 
 

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