I hate being in the blue. There's too many scenes and quotes to memorise. if anyone has a slight clue based on good judgement from past papers and last year's spec then it'd be great if you could help narrow down the amount of scenes I should revise.
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What scene/extract from Romeo and Juliet do you think is most likely to come up? watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-12-2016 13:16
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- TSR Community Team
- 13-12-2016 08:24
It's pretty dangerous to try to second-guess examiners. And someone would feel pretty bad if they gave advice and then whatever they suggested didn't come up.
Best to seek advice about revision from your teacher.
- 15-12-2016 20:31
The best thing to do is, find the most common/generic themes among your book. Find quotes that relate to it alright? After that, make sure you find quotes to represent that represent every character (preferably the main characters and some of the side characters, ignore any characters that only appear like twice,if you dont have the time). Once you've made a document on every theme and the characters with quotes.
This is when you're on a good track, structure paragraphs on these themes (7-9 quality) this way in the exam you can memorise the amazing points that you rehearsed. If you do this for every theme and character, even if a question comes up that doesn't regard it. The quotes you've memorised can be flexible and this is when you manipulate the quotes you've learnt to somehow apply to the question.
If you dont know what themes are within the book. Google them. If you need help with quotes to do with characters and themes. Google them.