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I've seen that there is a thread on predictions of what poems will appear in this years paper and it seems that there is a 50/50 chance that both Ghazal and To His Coy Mistress will be making an appearance as they are the only poems that are yet to be used.

So, my question is, if these to poems were to appear, what questions would be asked of us?
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how much detail does an answer need for a B? maybe a high b to settle for my C coursework
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To His Coy Mistress and Ghazal appeared on the June 2012 Foundation paper.
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well, im revising all of them but a few as i wont think will come up, its either going to be about love or difficult relationships e.g manhunt, ive got a booklet a a* one so im tryna revise and remember it all so i am guaranteeed atleast an A in that exam following my a* in my coursework
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Hey guys, just a quick tip, remember that if you're doing the higher paper, Sister Maude, Brothers and In Paris With You never come up as they are used in the foundation paper.

I sat this exam in 2012 and compared Quickdraw with The Farmer's Bride and achieved an A*. I actually found BBC bitesize to be an amazing revision material, that's all I used as well as my class notes when it came to revision. Remember to think of innovative points, that'll always hit the top marks; even if it seems a bit farfetched, still make the point! I'll be happy to offer any more advice

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(Original post by Changing Skies)
Hey guys, just a quick tip, remember that if you're doing the higher paper, Sister Maude, Brothers and In Paris With You never come up as they are used in the foundation paper.

I sat this exam in 2012 and compared Quickdraw with The Farmer's Bride and achieved an A*. I actually found BBC bitesize to be an amazing revision material, that's all I used as well as my class notes when it came to revision. Remember to think of innovative points, that'll always hit the top marks; even if it seems a bit farfetched, still make the point! I'll be happy to offer any more advice

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Hi,
also, if you've only learnt character and voice for poetry like my school, remember if you're sitting higher tier again 'Brendon Gallacher' and 'The Ruined Maid' only come up in foundation.
Anyone who is doing character and voice.. have you got any predictions of what might come up?
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well, im revising all of them but a few as i wont think will come up, its either going to be about love or difficult relationships e.g manhunt, ive got a booklet a a* one so im tryna revise and remember it all so i am guaranteeed atleast an A in that exam following my a* in my coursework
How did you get an A* booklet may I ask?is it just your annotations or did you buy it?
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