Tom_Lanzon
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Besides learning quotes what else can i do, (I'm learning my quotes closer to the exam as i'll be able to remember them better). im with AQA doing r+j, frankenstein and LOTF and love and relationship for poetry
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I'm pretty much freaking out but.. I've been doing: (For our topics- we're doing: An Inspector calls, A Christmas carol, poetry love and relationships,Macbeth)
-Mindmaps for key context, key characters, key quotes related to the characters
- For poetry, each poem i'm making "mindmap" like things with the poems name, then key context (if any) structure, form and then the main key quotes so i can remember them with the analysis. (This is optional since we have anthology but it helps me more lol)
-Practice essays!! - Then ask your english teacher to mark it for you - even make up your own questions if you have to.
Good luck!
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