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I have my final GCSE exam in about 6 weeks so i want to start revise for literature. The problem is i don't know how to revise for literature, especially Romeo and Juliet. I got the Cambridge revision book for Romeo and Juliet but it doesn't have much quotation analysis in there so could you guys show me a few ways to revise for literature. Im doing A Christmas Carol, An Inspector Call, Romeo and Juliet, and power and conflict poetry
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Hodder revision guides are great.
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Inspector calls is easy trust me, read the book (I read it today in exactly 2hours) and there are SO MANY revision resources online, I am confident i will do well in this exam but I am scared about poetry though
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For inspector calls I will say that the best way is to read again the book and revise from Mr Bruff and Mr Selles in Youtube. For the poetry try to find out the poems on internet and on Youtube, also memorise the quotes and the subject terninology the poem.
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There's a book called quotation bank which has analysis of 25 quotations.
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(Original post by Idku)
Inspector calls is easy trust me, read the book (I read it today in exactly 2hours) and there are SO MANY revision resources online, I am confident i will do well in this exam but I am scared about poetry though
Yeah Inspector calls is easy man, but im worry for romeo and juliet cuz i got no clue how to revise for it
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