Ok, so I normally don't do this sort of thing, but it's been playing on my mind so I thought I'd ask. I had my English Lit/Lang exam yesterday, and I thought it went quite well (discussed context, purpose, included terminology, theories and analysis), but I belatedly realised that I really didn't focus on audience enough, only really implicitly. For the prose text in particular (the transcript was ok), I forgot to say who the audience were and why the characters had been crafted that way. I have no idea why it slipped my mind when I've included it in all my practice essays; I guess I just got caught up in the analysis of other elements. All I'm really wondering is how much this will affect my mark, as obviously it was part of the question to discuss context, purpose AND audience thoroughly. I got an A at AS Level and full marks in my coursework this year. Any ideas?
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- 18-06-2016 16:44
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- 20-06-2016 18:03
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