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    How would I revise for English Literature I have been looking at Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Macbeth?

    Also how is it possible to remember all of the quotations for the exam
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    (Original post by Jack_Tomlin)
    How would I revise for English Literature I have been looking at Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Macbeth?

    Also how is it possible to remember all of the quotations for the exam
    are you doing the new 9-1 spec
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    (Original post by theBranicAc)
    are you doing the new 9-1 spec
    Yeah
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    (Original post by Jack_Tomlin)
    How would I revise for English Literature I have been looking at Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Macbeth?

    Also how is it possible to remember all of the quotations for the exam
    I would definitely recommend trying to think of all the possible questions that could come up and make essay plans for them. Are you allowed the texts in the exams?
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    (Original post by luciie)
    I would definitely recommend trying to think of all the possible questions that could come up and make essay plans for them. Are you allowed the texts in the exams?
    No all closed book exams
    It's not fair!
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    (Original post by Jack_Tomlin)
    No all closed book exams
    It's not fair!
    Oh that's tough Do you know how the exams are set out? In the old spec they gave you an extract meaning that you didn't have to learn as many quotes.
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    Essay Plans - make a list of all of the characters and themes that can come up in your exam. Then make a page for each taking a few quotes from each part of the book.




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    Look at the specimen papers provided by the exam board you're covering to get to understand the exam style and also use websites such as Litcharts

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