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    Hey guys, I have an English Literature exam on Monday as many of you will too. I'd appreciate it if someone could answer some of my questions.

    How much are we expected, or should we write for Section A of the exam? (Paragraphs-wise)

    How many key points should we mention for Section A of the exam?

    And the same questions for Section B, how much to write, how many key points to make..

    Thanks
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    (Original post by Hasib_332)
    Hey guys, I have an English Literature exam on Monday as many of you will too. I'd appreciate it if someone could answer some of my questions.

    How much are we expected, or should we write for Section A of the exam? (Paragraphs-wise)

    How many key points should we mention for Section A of the exam?

    And the same questions for Section B, how much to write, how many key points to make..

    Thanks
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    I would say 1 and a half to 2 pages minimum for both sections. For Section A you should try to write at least 3 paragraphs (excluding a brief introduction and conclusion) with 3 different key points. For section B at least 4 paragraphs covering poet's intention, structure/form, language used, content and mood/atmosphere. For section B it's best to compare as you go along rather than talking about each poem individually then comparing
 
 
 
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