h.rv
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Well it's the half term and I'm trying to get some English lit revision done.

I've got to get through Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Macbeth, An Inspector Calls and 15 poems in the Power and Conflict cluster from the anthology.

Has anyone got any study tips keeping in mind that the new GSCE has no controlled assessments and is closed book examinations.

I'm doing AQA btw.

Thanks
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wow they don't like to make it easy anymore.... best thing is to plan out when and what you will study throughout the week so you're not having to figure out what to study each day because that makes me lose all motivation. find your favourite way to study e.g. mind maps, lists etc.. and work with them that way. keeping it simple is the best way.
also ensure your phone isn't in the same room as you because even if you put it a away from you a little bit you will still be tempted to check...speaking from bad experiences :bricks:

hope some of this helped
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Is Mr Bruff’s Guide to ‘An Inspector Calls’ a better source or the CGP revision guide? Which one's more detailed?
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