Shannon Healy
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Hello I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on how to do better in the AQA English literature exam in 'the struggle for identity in modern texts', I've got a lot of quotes stored up but my paper analysis is letting me down massively. I put comparatively little effort into my English GCSE's and came out with really good results and now that I'm putting effort into the A level my results are bad, I know A levels are much harder but I think I'm doing something wrong because my results are so low. Any structural advice or general tips on how to create a better prose -for either section A or B- would be greatly appreciated, hoping to get an A overall so I need all the help I can get, Thanks
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Your teacher, who knows the syllabus, is the person to give you the best advice here.
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Just make sure you refer to wider reading prose, poetry drama, refer to context how text was given and recieved then and now. Always do a conclusion as well
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