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    i have my lit paper on monday and i feel like i'm not revising what i need to, and on monday the question will throw me off.

    for each book i have gone through them all, (read them obviously) and then gone through just analysing a little bit. i've learnt the key themes from each, about the main characters, context, and plot. is that all i need to learn about the books? oh and i've revised only 1-3 quotes that fit all themes. is that enough/?

    i've then learnt how to answer the questions, what i need to include and the AO's etc. is this all? i'm aiming for a/a* :-)
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    (Original post by abbie559)
    i have my lit paper on monday and i feel like i'm not revising what i need to, and on monday the question will throw me off.

    for each book i have gone through them all, (read them obviously) and then gone through just analysing a little bit. i've learnt the key themes from each, about the main characters, context, and plot. is that all i need to learn about the books? oh and i've revised only 1-3 quotes that fit all themes. is that enough/?

    i've then learnt how to answer the questions, what i need to include and the AO's etc. is this all? i'm aiming for a/a* :-)
    You seem to have covered lots of possibilities so that is good. Honestly do not worry about it! As long as you have a rlatively detailed knowledge of the book, which you seem to infer that you do, then there is nothing that should throw you off course. Maybe use your remaining time to do a few more practices or maybe find a few more quotes?

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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