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    hi SO WASSUP i didn't revise any quotes (to busy finishing a book that im in love with) but idk like i'm really good at writing and i think i can force my brain to fart out a few quotes BUT TBH I THINK AS LONG AS YOUR GOOD AT WRITING AND HAVE AN OWN OPINION THEN YOU'LL GET A GOOD GRADE???? am i right?? Im with wjec so pls if ur with wjec inform me on ur situation at the moment.! im panicky!
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    You dont need to memorize long quotes

    You can embedd them instead; like key words or something
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    Even if you can just remember the odd one or two words from the quote, then you'll be fine

    E.g; Curley's Wife said she was ''awful' lonely'' in the novel...blah, blah, blah.... (OMAM)

    You'll do fine! Good luck!
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    You dont need to memorize long quotes

    You can embedd them instead; like key words or something
    Do people actually memorise quotes? Like I have a few that have stuck in my head, but for the most part I just know where what I'm looking for is in the novel and find it
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    Do people actually memorise quotes? Like I have a few that have stuck in my head, but for the most part I just know where what I'm looking for is in the novel and find it
    If its closed book exam you need to know your quotes lol and thats good if you know your text makes life easier
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    Do people actually memorise quotes? Like I have a few that have stuck in my head, but for the most part I just know where what I'm looking for is in the novel and find it
    yeah my exam board isn't open book so i have to remember it! aha ))
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    (Original post by GD2016)
    Even if you can just remember the odd one or two words from the quote, then you'll be fine

    E.g; Curley's Wife said she was ''awful' lonely'' in the novel...blah, blah, blah.... (OMAM)

    You'll do fine! Good luck!
    thank you baby x x x
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    If its closed book exam you need to know your quotes lol and thats good if you know your text makes life easier
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    yeah my exam board isn't open book so i have to remember it! aha ))
    :O wow, I thought they only did that to you at A Level - good luck to anyone doing that, it must make it 100x harder!
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    :O wow, I thought they only did that to you at A Level - good luck to anyone doing that, it must make it 100x harder!
    I've already done gcses and a levels. Did english lit with wjec at a level--it was closed book and it wasnt that bad at all. Lol but thanks! Good luck to OP.
 
 
 
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