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    Hi my sister has her GCSE English language exam WJEC, does anyone know how to answer the reading comprehension bit??? Not sure if you do 3-4 points and explain them using quotes , or do 10-12 quotes with no explanation - any help would be so useful!!!!
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    Hi my sister has her GCSE English language exam WJEC, does anyone know how to answer the reading comprehension bit??? Not sure if you do 3-4 points and explain them using quotes , or do 10-12 quotes with no explanation - any help would be so useful!!!!
    You have to answer the question. Making quotes is only relevant to support your answers. The quotes direct them to the bit you want to point out, but be to the point, its the explanation they want.

    Look at the mark scheme and they give you an idea of what they were looking for. Should have been doing exam papers for the last few weeks.

    http://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications...pastpaper=true
 
 
 
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