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    I'm freaking out and panicking over my English Lit GCSE. I'm aiming for an A* but haven't got a clue what to do anymore as my brains frozen and drawn a blank.
    I'm doing AQA and need help on both units texts (An Inspector Calls and OMAM) and poetry (Doing the Place Cluster). My teacher changed the cluster from character and voice to place as he deems it to be more intellectuality challenging.
    I don't know how to answer the questions and revise. My notes on OMAM and Inspector Calls are just answers we did in class as it was more oral discussion than note taking.

    Please can anyone tell me how to revise for both units and how to structure the answers in them. Thanks a lot for helping me out during my crisis in advance!

    I just wrote loads on one quote (I usually only had three quotes in my whole essay). Pick quotes where you can write about structure, messages, interpretations, language and effects as this is what you're marked on so it's vital you include all of them in each essay. I also did AQA and got full marks

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    So can you tell me the structure of how to answer each unit please?
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