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how do you get top marks in AQA english lit 'love through the ages' exam questions? watch

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    If anyone knows any really amazing tips to get a high grade please let me know. i would appreciate it, i really need high grades.


    You should write up a timetable for you to follow. If your schedule is incredibly unpredictable like mine; start a weekly timetable of all the different topics you want to do for the week for all the subjects and get into the habit of following it through. Honestly, the way I convince myself to follow through with it is to treat myself with something small; like a day off in the week or hot chocolate (something I appreciate on a rarity-basis.).

    Try to get a hold of all of your subjects specifications so that you'll be able to know what the need-to-knows are of your examboard and try to complete past papers so you can have some type of clue on how the questions may be worded. Honestly, do all of this over a period of time and not the week before because I've done that before and it led me to nearly tear my hair out lmao.
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