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    Hi,I'm doing edxcel of mice and men. I'm worried about part 2 linking in one other part of the novel. Any samples that I can see and have ideas about how to write? And also for the free writing is there any website where there is samples with answers so that I can know who to write. Any help will be really appreciate😊😁Thanks
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    Hi,I'm doing edxcel of mice and men. I'm worried about part 2 linking in one other part of the novel. Any samples that I can see and have ideas about how to write? And also for the free writing is there any website where there is samples with answers so that I can know who to write. Any help will be really appreciate😊😁Thanks
    Have a look at the examiner reports on the Edexcel website, they show you some sample answers and tips on how to improve 😊


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    Thanks but it says to login. How? And wat about free writing article, letters and all.
    Thanks 😊

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    Thanks but it says to login. How? And wat about free writing article, letters and all.
    Thanks 😊

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    You need a login to look at the most recent past paper, the rest you don't I think. The free writing task is quite difficult to prepare for but the thing examiners always say they like is if it's engaging and possibly, if appropriate, humorous. Also, don't forget to check what audience you're supposed to be addressing at the start and maintain your writing style throughout.
    Hope this helps x


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    You need a login to look at the most recent past paper, the rest you don't I think. The free writing task is quite difficult to prepare for but the thing examiners always say they like is if it's engaging and possibly, if appropriate, humorous. Also, don't forget to check what audience you're supposed to be addressing at the start and maintain your writing style throughout.
    Hope this helps x
    Thanks a bunch 😊

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    hi, I'm stuck at the login. How do I login? It just says about changing password n all but I didn't find abt creating an account 🤔🤔

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    hi, I'm stuck at the login. How do I login? It just says about changing password n all but I didn't find abt creating an account 🤔🤔

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    Is this for Eng Language?


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    Yes this is for English language edxcel


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    (Original post by Sa-na)
    Yes this is for English language edxcel


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    http://qualifications.pearson.com/en...gcse10-englang


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