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    Just wondering if anyone else was stuck with this coursework. as i really am
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    I've been doing it recently, I might be able to help.
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    How many words have you got so far and how are you implementing context?
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    (Original post by A*101)
    Just wondering if anyone else was stuck with this coursework. as i really am
    I'm stuck with the other one!

    Also Changing Skies has a really good comparative example essay on a thread!
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    (Original post by A*101)
    How many words have you got so far and how are you implementing context?
    I'm at 3526, of which 281 are quotes and 247 are the bibliography. So my actual word count is at 2998.

    As for context, well, that depends on the texts you're doing.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I'm stuck with the other one!
    Which other one, AS? I'm doing a retake of that coursework.
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    (Original post by Mactotaur)
    Which other one, AS? I'm doing a retake of that coursework.
    No A2, there are 2 coursework pieces. One is a criticism (feminist/ Marxist) or something else in the critical anthology, and the other is a comparative essay.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    No A2, there are 2 coursework pieces. One is a criticism (feminist/ Marxist) or something else in the critical anthology, and the other is a comparative essay.
    Are you sure? I could have sworn there was only one piece. What board are you with? OCR here.
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    (Original post by Mactotaur)
    Are you sure? I could swear there was only one piece. What board are you with? OCR here.
    Oh sorry, I'm AQA.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I'm stuck with the other one!

    Also Changing Skies has a really good comparative example essay on a thread!

    I've completed the comparative piece and I've been told mine is a high A, I can try and help you if you're still stuck? What texts are you doing?
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    I'm doing the theoretical essay and have absolutely no idea how to structure it. I'm doing feminism but I am clueless about the structure
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    (Original post by máire)
    I'm doing the theoretical essay and have absolutely no idea how to structure it. I'm doing feminism but I am clueless about the structure
    This is the one I'm finding difficult!
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    (Original post by máire)
    I'm doing the theoretical essay and have absolutely no idea how to structure it. I'm doing feminism but I am clueless about the structure
    I've just done this at uni as part of my assignment.

    I can help you if you still need it?
 
 
 
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