GCSE english literature AQA- I didn't read the question!!! Watch

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Today i sat my english literature exam doing To kill a Mockingbird and The Crucible. I felt it went easier than expected until I talked to a few friends after the exam and realised that I hadn't read the question properly! For the Crucible, you were to talk about how Miller represented 2 female charactesrs but stupid me i literally only talked about Elizabeth! I talked about her honesty, her coldness and her compassion and forgiveness comparing changes in them with quotes and scenarios. However since I didnt talk about the second character, how screwed am i???? For my coursework i got ban4/5. If you would like to know how i answered the questions for either book/play for a better idea of my grade let me knowwwwww im just so scared rnn
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I'm sure because you wrote a lot about a little you'll still get good marks maybe dropped a few for not doing another character but if you went into enough detail then surely it'll be fine. I ended up accidently doing three of them.....
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What was the question for to kill a mocking bird
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What was the question for to kill a mocking bird
part b was to show how lee presented different attitudes to the black community and what it shows about maycomb
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What was the question for to kill a mocking bird
Part A was the extract where Tom Robinson's verdict is read out, up to when Scout is told to stand up with the black community around her for her father's "passing".
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