English Literature exams- AQA. Watch
I HAVE DONE ZERO 0 REVISION SO FAR BTW except read a bit/skim the books.
Well I only got an A so I understand if you don't want to take my advice, but I am currently doing A Level English Literature as well. I revised for GCSE (particularly for the poetry section) by practising my analytical skills. You'll get an unseen poem in the exam (if I remember correctly!) and the best thing you can do to prepare for it is go through your anthology and see what meanings you can pick out from the poems. Think about what the writer was feeling at the time, link it to context and think about the form, structure and language used. Remember, if you're analysing something it's best to look at multiple possible meanings from one quote, because this will give you a more sophisticated response and will boost your marks!
For the prose exam, just look at the themes of the texts you have been studying and practice writing paragraphs for them that use good vocabulary, good spelling, and include all of the points necessary to get high marks.
Revising for English is not easy - not by a long shot, but just persevere and speak to your teacher if you're struggling, and everything will be fine
I hope this helps!