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    I'm really struggling on how to structure section B with the two parts, do I need an introduction and conclusion?
    Can I do all part (A) then all part (B) or do I need to do them together?
    What's the minimum amount of points I should make for each part?

    Thanks in advance! (I'm aiming for at least a B on this paper)
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    You do 2 separate sections/questions
    part a) you look at the language techniques in the excerpt given to you on the paper. Usually, the excerpt fits a theme of the play.
    part b) a different section you write about other instances where the same theme has occurred. I don't think an introduction or conclusion is necessary but if you include one make it brief so you don't lose time
    hope this helped
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    Are you going to learn quotes off by heart before or just find them in the book in the exam? TKAM is so hard to revise for and you never know what theme you have to write about so it might be a waste of time learning quotes.. ?
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    (Original post by alibland)
    Are you going to learn quotes off by heart before or just find them in the book in the exam? TKAM is so hard to revise for and you never know what theme you have to write about so it might be a waste of time learning quotes.. ?
    I'm not going to learn quotes! Just write some down to do with each theme/character which are most important
    Hopefully this will jog my memory in the exam
 
 
 
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