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    Hi, I'm re-sitting the ENGB1 AS exam this Friday as we had some complications with our school, and couldn't do the re-sit in January.
    I got a C (5 marks from a B) but my teacher wants me to try and get a B or an A. I'm very stressed out, have a lot of exams (6!) and I just want some pointers on how to achieve the higher grades.
    I also would like some more information about what context actually means in reference to the exam - is it really who what where and why???

    Thanks!!
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    Context is who/what/where/why?! Why could these specific devices be used in order to help your genre/audience/purpose? I'm getting B's mainly in practice essays for both sides of the exam, but want an A so bad (((
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    Im resitting it aswell, but im really stuck on how to structure a language and gender essay? any tips?
 
 
 
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