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    title says it all

    normally i just do past papers. anyone have any other advice?
    It's IGCSE First Language English 0500 CIE (Cambridge exam board)
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    Right I aced my english language exam so ill give you some tips.

    go through past revision papers and past answers. It's so important that you do that for every exam not just English.
    expand your vocab and learn some big fancy words to put in. Honestly, make sure your coursework is top notch cause it can seriously affect your exams and learn your spellings
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    Revise the texts and do practise. Do writing practise and work on volcabulary, spelling, grammar, punuation and sentence structure. I am also doing IGCSE English lanuge this year. I got B in my mock.
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    What piece of section b of the anthology came up in 2014? was it Refugee Blues? An unknown girl? The last night? Veronica? The necklace? or King Schahriar and his brother?
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    http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/support/support-topics/exams/past-papers.html?Qualification-Family=International-GCSE&Qualification-Subject=English%20Language%20A%2 0(2011)&Status=Pearson-UKtatus%2FLive&Specification-Code=Pearson-UKpecification-Code%2Figcse11-eng-langa&Exam-Series=January-2014#step4
 
 
 
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