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    Hi,

    I'm currently a external candidate at a school who have taken me on for the GCSE English language exam. Due to me enrolling fairly late onto the exam, the whole process has been hectic, to say the least. I've had to plan for all my controlled assessments, given about a months notice ( due to be deciding late ).

    Anyway, as I'm not a student at the school, I don't have english lessons; however I have been paying for an english tutor, that has been helping me out with my controlled assessments.

    I've now completed them all, to the best of my capability. I need advice on how to memorise the assessments that I have done. Also, just general tips. As I haven't done English for 2 years.

    The deadline is the 7th of next month, for all the work to be handed in. So I'll try and take an essay at a time at the school, I'm just really seeking for advice about how to plan for it in a sense. Should I revise each essay for one night and then sit it the following day, under exam conditions of course.

    Thanks in advance for the helpful reply, sorry for the briefness of my query. I'm struggling to word what I'd like to say.
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