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    I don't know how time has passed by so quickly but the ELAT is tomorrow and I feel nowhere near prepared but at the same time I don't want to beat myself up too much over it / how's everyone else feeling?
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    Nervous tbh but I feel as though I’ve done as much as I can do. Que sera, sera

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    Please remember that not all time zones will have sat the exam yet

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    (Original post by user20167)
    How did everyone find it?
    I'm not sure, to be honest. I didn't like the topic all that much but found something that I could use to link three pieces. I'm not sure I compared/contrasted them as closely as I should've and I definitely forgot to talk about style :/ overall im not too optimistic 😂

    What about you?
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    (Original post by jvinmurrey)
    I'm not sure, to be honest. I didn't like the topic all that much but found something that I could use to link three pieces. I'm not sure I compared/contrasted them as closely as I should've and I definitely forgot to talk about style :/ overall im not too optimistic 😂

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    Literally same... I thought it was very hard and the extracts i chose were hard to analyse. I also feel like what I said made no sense and like I just messed up.
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    Well I was really happy with it and especially my close analysis
    Then I realised I'd used one of the character's names wrong throughout the whole essay having instinctively given the name that was in the title
    So I'm not especially hopeful either
    Pity I messed it all up with one stupid mistake
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    (Original post by user20167)
    Literally same... I thought it was very hard and the extracts i chose were hard to analyse. I also feel like what I said made no sense and like I just messed up.
    Once we're allowed to discuss more details, I'll let you know what I said exactly. I just hope that they get the point I'm trying to make

    all in all don't beat yourself up too much over it, you did what you could / where else are you applying?
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    (Original post by beccabokka)
    Well I was really happy with it and especially my close analysis
    Then I realised I'd used one of the character's names wrong throughout the whole essay having instinctively given the name that was in the title
    So I'm not especially hopeful either
    Pity I messed it all up with one stupid mistake

    oh no I doubt that they're going to penalize you greatly for that however
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    (Original post by jvinmurrey)
    oh no I doubt that they're going to penalize you greatly for that however
    Here's hoping I've just got to keep my fingers crossed that they realise what I did in the heat of the moment now:/
 
 
 
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