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I'm struggling with finding effective way for revising for my English exam! For my AS exam I just made cue cards for all the key terms and it got me a B but there's much more to learn this year and I'm struggling with ways to remember it all! Any help??

Also if anyone knows anywhere I can find past papers at would be great!
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7plan questions nit only does this save time but its a way of remembering the main parts of the novel novel you are doing, go over language devices for your poems , and go ivrr a03 and a04 for both your poems and novels as that is were the higher marks are found , and mainly DONT STRESS , as then ur less likely to revise efficiently
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Past papers and practice questions are always the best method of studying. Having said that, writing out all of the theories that you can remember is always a good place to start, as well as flash cards with the key terminology etc.

I made a revision guide for language acquisition, I'll attach it and hope it helps.
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