Good To Kill A Mockingbird revision guides?

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does anyone know any good tkamb revision guides/notes that are really good for analysis?
my school sell york notes but i find that they don't have much language analysis.
opinions on oxford companion notes? the cgp revision guide?
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(Original post by ithinkitslily)
does anyone know any good tkamb revision guides/notes that are really good for analysis?
my school sell york notes but i find that they don't have much language analysis.
opinions on oxford companion notes? the cgp revision guide?
thanks!
The CGP revision guide for TKAM is amazing. It adds some humour to some notes just to keep you revising. I literally revised the entire book from content to context and I still haven't forgotten that slavery was abolished in 1865 because of that revision guide! (I recieved an A in the To Kill A Mockingbird exam) So I'd say that's your best shot but I didn't look at any other revision guides so I don't really know which ones are better than others but CGP was great! Hope this helped and good luck with revision and the exam!!
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I used York Notes for all my lit texts, but that was in the days before CGP did guides to books (they only did guides to Shakespeare plays). Based on what I've seen, and the fact that I used all CGP books for the rest of my revision (apart from economics, which they also didn't cover), if I was sitting GCSEs/A levels now I would use CGP.
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The CGP revision guide for TKAM is amazing. It adds some humour to some notes just to keep you revising. I literally revised the entire book from content to context and I still haven't forgotten that slavery was abolished in 1865 because of that revision guide! (I recieved an A in the To Kill A Mockingbird exam) So I'd say that's your best shot but I didn't look at any other revision guides so I don't really know which ones are better than others but CGP was great! Hope this helped and good luck with revision and the exam!!
thanks! i use CGP for science and love them and the humour but wasn't sure what they would be like for english but by the sounds of it they're great! thanks!

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I used York Notes for all my lit texts, but that was in the days before CGP did guides to books (they only did guides to Shakespeare plays). Based on what I've seen, and the fact that I used all CGP books for the rest of my revision (apart from economics, which they also didn't cover), if I was sitting GCSEs/A levels now I would use CGP.
did you do well with the york notes? because my friend used them and did great but i just don't like them
yeah, i think cgp might be the best for me
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thanks! i use CGP for science and love them and the humour but wasn't sure what they would be like for english but by the sounds of it they're great! thanks!



did you do well with the york notes? because my friend used them and did great but i just don't like them
yeah, i think cgp might be the best for me
I got As in all my lit modules, so I think they served me well. It's all about personal preference, though.
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thanks! i use CGP for science and love them and the humour but wasn't sure what they would be like for english but by the sounds of it they're great! thanks!



did you do well with the york notes? because my friend used them and did great but i just don't like them
yeah, i think cgp might be the best for me
Glad you've sorted it! Good luck!!
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