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    Is there anyone that does larkin and kindertransport but can't be bothered for the exam anymore?
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    I do Larkin, but not 'Kindertransport'. I'm looking forward to the exam, in the fact that it'll all be over by tomorrow evening. Good luck.
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    Yup, I'm doing Larkin. I gave up with English as soon as I'd finished my coursework. My teacher was pretty much useless and consequently, my entire class and I have very little understanding of what's expected of us. I'm just going to go into the exam and do my best. I don't care if I get a good grade or not, English is irrelevant to the rest of my life and I've got 4 other A levels to be getting on with so I'm really not fussed. Just a shame it's such a long exam, I could be revising for something else.

    It's such a vague, bull****ty exam. I could have revised 4 hours every day for the last 2 years for the exam and I'd still have just as good a chance of passing as I do right now. It all comes down to whether you come out with something profound on the day. Really winds me up.
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    I'm doing Kindertransport and Plath tomorrow. My teacher has been useless all yea and I'm desperate to do well in English Lit!! Does anyone have an idea how much we should write for each question 3/4 pages? I feel so underprepared
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    Good luck guys I'm sure you guys are going to do well!
 
 
 
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