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    the title speaks for itself. i was looking at a few past papers for AQA and the questions are rather similar (how is setting presented as scary?, how is setting presented as gloomy?) that kinda stuff. so do they ever repeat questions for English Lit?

    Also, im making a notebook full of useful quotes but i dont know what themes to take them from. im doing an inspector calls and Jekyll & Hyde. for J&H im going to do the weather but because the questions can be so random eg. how is utterson presented a victorian gentleman? like whaaat!?? so does anyone have any tips for what subsections/themes to get quotes for?
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    the title speaks for itself. i was looking at a few past papers for AQA and the questions are rather similar (how is setting presented as scary?, how is setting presented as gloomy?) that kinda stuff. so do they ever repeat questions for English Lit?

    Also, im making a notebook full of useful quotes but i dont know what themes to take them from. im doing an inspector calls and Jekyll & Hyde. for J&H im going to do the weather but because the questions can be so random eg. how is utterson presented a victorian gentleman? like whaaat!?? so does anyone have any tips for what subsections/themes to get quotes for?

    Study exam papers as there are only so many questions they cna ask even if they change it slightly. Character based, theme based or plot based.


    Use Mr Bruff watch the vids and get the books.
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