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    i recently had a gcse english language exam and one of the questions was "describe an unforgettable event" , most people wrote about something that happened to them e.g a birthday but i decided to write about 9/11 as an unforgettable event as if i had experienced it as an adult. does the description have to specifically be about something that specifically/realistically happened to you?? will i lose marks for this or do they only care about the description??? pls tell me thankyou
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    No way man! The biggest rule of GCSE english is make it up

    As long as the description was good and you used your language and devices, youll still do great dont worry

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    (Original post by Anis98)
    No way man! The biggest rule of GCSE english is make it up

    As long as the description was good and you used your language and devices, youll still do great dont worry

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    thanks alot bro!!!
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    I dont really no as I am still a year from my gcse but my friend says that they will probably focus more on the description.

    I think if they do take marks off for that then it wont be too much.
 
 
 
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