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    Heyy. So I'm really scared.
    For my AQA lit exam for section A I did 2 para on form+interpretation and 2 para on language and 1 para on structure and on Section be I did 3 paragraphs on the extract Question, and I added context in there aswell. But I didn't do past b section B well at all, I ran out of time.

    But by the sounds of it do you think I'd be atleast an A? :/
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Heyy. So I'm really scared.
    For my AQA lit exam for section A I did 2 para on form+interpretation and 2 para on language and 1 para on structure and on Section be I did 3 paragraphs on the extract Question, and I added context in there aswell. But I didn't do past b section B well at all, I ran out of time.

    But by the sounds of it do you think I'd be atleast an A? :/
    Nobody can possibly tell you, and anyone who does agree is just lying to appease you. We have no idea what the paragraph was like, so saying "I wrote one paragraph" means nothing. You could have just written about your summer holidays!
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    I think you had to do at least 5 paragraphs for each section. Lenny dies.
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Heyy. So I'm really scared.
    For my AQA lit exam for section A I did 2 para on form+interpretation and 2 para on language and 1 para on structure and on Section be I did 3 paragraphs on the extract Question, and I added context in there aswell. But I didn't do past b section B well at all, I ran out of time.

    But by the sounds of it do you think I'd be atleast an A? :/
    Just to calm you a bit, my friend forgot to do the second part of section B in her mock and still came out with a low A* because she got full marks in the rest of it, so while it does depend on the quality of your work it's still definitely possible
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    Just to calm you a bit, my friend forgot to do the second part of section B in her mock and still came out with a low A* because she got full marks in the rest of it, so while it does depend on the quality of your work it's still definitely possible
    Oh my God, thats brill. Well done to her. lool that calmed me a little bit for sure. Thank you
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    I dont know how AQA lit works but on my WJEC lit exam section A, the only thing that went well in my opinion was the essay, the extract analysis was crap from what i can remember. then Section B was even worse because i dont even understand what the poems were about, i just wrote a load of rubbish...it wasnt even a lot, i wrote like one side for 2 poems and 2 paragraphs for the linking section. i came out with full UMS, i wish i have that examiner for the rest of my exams seriously.
 
 
 

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