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    hank you so much!
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    I studied Jane Eyre at AS Level and got a B in the exam. My advice would be to make lots and lots of notes and if you don't understand something do not hesitate to ask your teacher!! They are there to help you. I found a lot of information on Spark Notes and the York Notes book of Jane Eyre was really useful. YouTube is also a great place to find a lot of information. Type in 'Jane Eyre British Library' and there are a few good videos with John Bowen as well as 'Jane Eyre Lecture' with a lecturer called Cathy which is amazing. Hope this helps!
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    I studied Jane Eyre at AS Level and got a B in the exam. My advice would be to make lots and lots of notes and if you don't understand something do not hesitate to ask your teacher!! They are there to help you. I found a lot of information on Spark Notes and the York Notes book of Jane Eyre was really useful. YouTube is also a great place to find a lot of information. Type in 'Jane Eyre British Library' and there are a few good videos with John Bowen as well as 'Jane Eyre Lecture' with a lecturer called Cathy which is amazing. Hope this helps!
    It really has, thanks!
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    What resources would be the best to use for revising literature, i.e. flashcards or mindmaps...
    (Original post by georgia.roberts)
    I studied Jane Eyre at AS Level and got a B in the exam. My advice would be to make lots and lots of notes and if you don't understand something do not hesitate to ask your teacher!! They are there to help you. I found a lot of information on Spark Notes and the York Notes book of Jane Eyre was really useful. YouTube is also a great place to find a lot of information. Type in 'Jane Eyre British Library' and there are a few good videos with John Bowen as well as 'Jane Eyre Lecture' with a lecturer called Cathy which is amazing. Hope this helps!
    Do you guys have any websites about critics responses to Jane Eyre at the time?
 
 
 
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