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    Hi everyone,
    I am in year 10 and I have a test coming up in English about Macbeth. The question will be based on Act 1 Scene 3. I am in set 1 and our aim by the end of year 10 is to be a grade 7 or higher (A/B grade or higher). My main problem in English tests is remembering the quotes. Is there any tips that helped you get a B grade or higher in English.
    Many thanks.
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    Flashcards and repetition!

    Read the quotes over and over and over again until they stick. It'll take time but it will work again.
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    just read and say it again and again then after u think u got write it out without looking at it also makes sure you get the punctuation correct and remember the pattern of them as well
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    Definitely flashcards.
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    read them at night they tend to stay in your brain more
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    Hi there,
    I'd say make lots of revision posters and stick them up around your room/house. Use flashcards and maybe a flashcard app such as Quizlet. Perhaps make some kind of matchup task with 2 halves of the quote or a theme and the quote.

    Good luck on your test!
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    what skl do you go to?
 
 
 
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