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    I am studying Never Let Me Go and Frankenstein as comparative texts. I haven't been set many essays to do in class and I can't find ANY Edexcel past papers online to practice technique etc. If anyone is studying/has studied the same texts please could you help me!!!
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    Does it need to be the same texts? Couldn't you take a question, swap out the texts and a theme, and answer it? Obviously it won't work if it's an extract question, but apart from that it might work.
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    (Original post by liberrtyy)
    I am studying Never Let Me Go and Frankenstein as comparative texts. I haven't been set many essays to do in class and I can't find ANY Edexcel past papers online to practice technique etc. If anyone is studying/has studied the same texts please could you help me!!!
    Setting your own questions isn't a hard thing to do. If your exam is based on a thematic approach which I think it is (Science and Society)?

    There is practice papers on there, you just need to look for it. Take the question from that specific one and change it to whatever you want it to.

    It will be under Assessments!
 
 
 
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