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    Hi,
    My GCSE mocks are coming up in a month's time and I was wondering what's the best way to learn a play really well that I basically know everything about off by heart. The plays I'm studying this year include An Inspector Calls and Much Ado About Nothing.
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    Hi,
    My GCSE mocks are coming up in a month's time and I was wondering what's the best way to learn a play really well that I basically know everything about off by heart. The plays I'm studying this year include An Inspector Calls and Much Ado About Nothing.
    Thanks
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    Try acting them out literally, play each part in turn and do the play. Another way is to visualise you are part of the play, see yourself actually living it. This is a practice top sports people use to prepare for races.
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    Learn key parts about it
    You don't need to memorise the entire play
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    skits267 These free guides we put together with teachers on another website of ours should help:

    http://www.markedbyteachers.com/stud...spector-calls/
    http://www.markedbyteachers.com/stud...about-nothing/
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    Memorise key points and themes.

    Ironically, memorising a study guide for each text will be a big help.
 
 
 
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