Edexcel GCSE English Literature: Understanding Prose - May 23rd 2016

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I'm sitting my Edexcel English Literature: Understanding Prose exam tomorrow morning. My chosen novels are Animal Farm and Of Mice and Men. I feel reasonably confident, but does anyone have any tips they can offer? Predicted questions, structure of answers etc.
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So am I.
I think that the character could be Slim as he has not yet come up in previous exams.
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What about AIC predicted questions?
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i think a question related to carlson or slim may come up. also does anybody have any good tip for revising for animal farm, the exam is tomorrow and i am not the best at animal farm, any useful websites or tips would be appreciated, thanks guys
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THANK GOD SLIM CAME UP I LITERALLY PRAYED FOR WEEKS
I didn't think animal farm was that bad, i mean "power" is basically the main theme!! there is loads to write about napoleon and fortunately i had anaylzed that extract as part of my revision. Let's hope I scraped an A, perhaps an A* if I'm lucky. Did everyone do Slim, and if so how did you find it? What did you put for Social Historical??
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OMG the test was incredibly easy! i prayed for slim and he came up. animal farm was a breeze and i also studied that extract for my revision.
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Whoop I was right!
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Slim came up
i couldnt think anything for violence at that time so i went with Slim
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I thought the Animal Farm Question was so easy it came up in most extracts when revising!
I also chose the Violence question in OMAM but I wish I did Slim now!
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For the context i jus put that in the 1930s due to the great depression people wouldnt have been helping others they would just care for themselves

any one else put that???
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In terms of historical context, i said that he's just like the rest of the ranchmen (migrant workers) but he accepted reality for what it is and he's the only character that does not have a dream. To put it simply.

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(Original post by J-ved)
In terms of historical context, i said that he's just like the rest of the ranchmen (migrant workers) but he accepted reality for what it is and he's the only character that does not have a dream. To put it simply.

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thats good bruv, you could link to de title of da poem innit 'all good schemes of mice and men gang aft aglay'
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