English Lit/Lang Exam tomorrow: do I need to know quotes?

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Elzi
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Hiya!

Yes I know this is late... lol. Have an exam tomorrow and the assessment objectives are AO2 and AO3 (so, AO2: meaning and AO3: context/background info)

The topic is a novel that we have studied and the question is only 16 marks.

However, there is no AO1 (which would be for terminology) so does this mean I would be wasting my time if I learned quotes?

In short. Do I need to learn quotes from the novel if there is no terminology assessment objective? Thanks!!
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What's your exam board? It depends on your exam board as some are closed or open book examinations.
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(Original post by Cherry82)
What's your exam board? It depends on your exam board as some are closed or open book examinations.
my exam board is wjec/eduqas, probably should have mentioned
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okay im not familiar with your exam board but id assume that quotes and general knowledge of the book would fall under "context" idk its better safe than sorry to learn the quotes maybe like 3 for each important character or something just to be safe
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