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    Hi guys. So I am going to sit my first mock exam in English language next week have any of you got any good ways of planning answers? I am sitting the AQA Eng. language paper 1
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    Yeah, does anybody know how to successfuly do Q3 and 4
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    (Original post by alonzo5437)
    Hi guys. So I am going to sit my first mock exam in English language next week have any of you got any good ways of planning answers? I am sitting the AQA Eng. language paper 1
    The best way to plan an answer (in my opinion) is to do a spider diagram as opposed to bullet points. Then, slowly expand your spider diagram by linking your ideas. This will certainly work in the creative writing section.

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    (Original post by Moltenmo)
    The best way to plan an answer (in my opinion) is to do a spider diagram as opposed to bullet points. Then, slowly expand your spider diagram by linking your ideas. This will certainly work in the creative writing section.

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    Thank you that certainly helps. :-D
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    When you get the sources, split the source up into 5 with a pencil and ruler. Highlight all the key info. For the creative writing I would advise you to use some previous ideas from the sources as one of the sources should be a story or from a text of some kind.
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    use Mr bruff on YouTube

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    (Original post by alonzo5437)
    Hi guys. So I am going to sit my first mock exam in English language next week have any of you got any good ways of planning answers? I am sitting the AQA Eng. language paper 1
    Check out Mr Bruff:
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    (Original post by Kbennett06)
    When you get the sources, split the source up into 5 with a pencil and ruler. Highlight all the key info. For the creative writing I would advise you to use some previous ideas from the sources as one of the sources should be a story or from a text of some kind.
    hi , thanks for the reply. quick question why split the source into 5?
 
 
 
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