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    I'm doing AS English Lit AQA A but there are no questions online.. If anyone has any potential questions or made up questions that would be really useful HELP!!
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    (Original post by CrystalPark)
    I'm doing AS English Lit AQA A but there are no questions online.. If anyone has any potential questions or made up questions that would be really useful HELP!!
    Hello.

    I think you will do better when asking your teachers. Nobody knows what sort of questions will appear on the new specs. Only teachers have been given mock questions (a couple of them at least).
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    Hello.

    I think you will do better when asking your teachers. Nobody knows what sort of questions will appear on the new specs. Only teachers have been given mock questions (a couple of them at least).
    Thank you It's just hard because the teachers don't have any questions either..
    If you have any example questions, please could you share them??
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    (Original post by CrystalPark)
    I'm doing AS English Lit AQA A but there are no questions online.. If anyone has any potential questions or made up questions that would be really useful HELP!!
    I'm not sure about which prose texts you've studied so I may not be able to give specific questions, but i shall try my best

    According to my teachers, the questions will all be phrased similarly and be something along the lines of: "examine the view that..." or "explore the view..."

    These we're the questions I've completed from the specimen/mock papers:
    Prose:
    'Typically, social class is presented as the most important factor in the relationships between lovers.'

    Or

    'Women characters are presented primarily as those who suffer and endure'

    By comparing two prose texts, explore to the extent to which you agree with this statement.

    Poetry:

    Examine the view that Richard Lovelace presents the speaker in this poem as having a selfish attitude towards love.
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    (Original post by rachyray)
    i'm not sure about which prose texts you've studied so i may not be able to give specific questions, but i shall try my best

    according to my teachers, the questions will all be phrased similarly and be something along the lines of: "examine the view that..." or "explore the view..."

    these we're the questions i've completed from the specimen/mock papers:
    Prose:
    'typically, social class is presented as the most important factor in the relationships between lovers.'

    or

    'women characters are presented primarily as those who suffer and endure'

    by comparing two prose texts, explore to the extent to which you agree with this statement.

    Poetry:

    Examine the view that richard lovelace presents the speaker in this poem as having a selfish attitude towards love.
    thank you!!! )))))
 
 
 
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