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    So today, like pretty much everyone else I did the english lit exam, I did AQA An inspector calls and Of mice and men, however I am really conscious about the fact that I didn't write enough. I honestly do not think that the time given was long enough, because I had so many different points whizzing round in my head but not adequate time to put pen to paper and get them down. I know that how well you have done certainly is not based on the amount you have written, but I am still really worried about it.
    I have quite small writing, and I wrote about three and a half pages on An inspector calls, and then about two pages for each of the Of mice and men questions. How much did everyone else write?
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    Only 3 pages for An Inspector Calls, and I did TKAM, 2 pages for part A, and 2 and a half for part B. It's not about how much you write, it's the quality of what you write
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    3 for LOTF and then barely 2 for OMAM :/
 
 
 
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