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    Hey guys
    mad you know the exam is next month
    i haven't had much help with question 1
    contextual linking - where we discuss the writers thoughts and feelings.

    anyone got any tips?
    or structure ideas? Anything!
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    Sorry bad spelling- phones playing up.
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    Poetry exam? On character and voice perhaps?


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    (Original post by Fransiconicol)
    Hey guys
    mad you know the exam is next month
    i haven't had much help with question 1
    contextual linking - where we discuss the writers thoughts and feelings.

    anyone got any tips?
    or structure ideas? Anything!
    Hi I did my A2 AQA exam in January so am happy to help. But do you mean AS or A2? It makes a difference to my answer xD
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    (Original post by Kalliope)
    Hi I did my A2 AQA exam in January so am happy to help. But do you mean AS or A2? It makes a difference to my answer xD

    Heya, AS
    the answering the context question about thoughts and feelings, i just cant get my head around it.
    Thank you
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    Sorry to hijack but I am about to do the a2 exam. Any hints or tips?

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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    Sorry to hijack but I am about to do the a2 exam. Any hints or tips?

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    Haha dude it's ccool don't suppose while your here you could give some advice on the as exam for the texts in context one?
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    I got full marks in the as exam. When mentioning context I put a few lines explaining what the Victorian views were on women - as it was a text on women - and how the text expressed or opposed common views.

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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I got full marks in the as exam. When mentioning context I put a few lines explaining what the Victorian views were on women - as it was a text on women - and how the text expressed or opposed common views.

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    Whoa
    well done! That's ace!

    do you have any sample answers you done? If so, can I have a look?
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    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    That would be amazing xxx
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    Sorry I don't want to be a pest but would I be able to have a copy swell plz thanks, really worrying about exam
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I'll pm you later with one. As well as my exan technique. Thank you .

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    Hey, not to quite literally be the third person to ask but i would also like some of your notes if possible please, ive got the AS AQA English Language & Literature Exam on the 17th May, so any help with the Anthology Notes or anything you have handy would be very appreciated as i need a better structure for comparison, we have an unseen texts comparison for 32 marks and then seen text comparisons from our anthology for 64 marks, could do with a hand
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    I will be posting my exam technique later but it is for lita1 not lit and Lang sorry x

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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I will be posting my exam technique later but it is for lita1 not lit and Lang sorry x

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    Thank you ^^
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    I will be posting my exam technique later but it is for lita1 not lit and Lang sorry x

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    Thanks
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    Does anyone know if you can use novels/dramas outside of the wider reading list? Ive read a few from Elizabeth Gaskell other than Mary Barton so would I be able to use them even though they aren't on wider reading list? Thanks
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    Hi all,

    Sorry it took so long, was trying to find the original thread I had posted this on. My exam technique is described in this thread:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...6#post40080696

    God luck everyone!
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    (Original post by wilsonab)
    Does anyone know if you can use novels/dramas outside of the wider reading list? Ive read a few from Elizabeth Gaskell other than Mary Barton so would I be able to use them even though they aren't on wider reading list? Thanks
    Yes, as long as it is Victorian Literature it doesn't matter. The wider reading lists are purely for guidance.
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    (Original post by Denver2010)
    Yes, as long as it is Victorian Literature it doesn't matter. The wider reading lists are purely for guidance.
    That's good How is everyone organising there wider reading? 1 of each (prose,drama,poetry) for every topic (women,progress,class,evolving attitudes) or just a random mixture if that makes sense lol
 
 
 
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