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Can you actually revise English Language and if so how?/what’s most effective? Because jeez my grades are suffering!
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I’m in the same situation. I have no idea how to revise properly for it but what I do do is look over the sheets that my teacher had given me throughout the year and also look at past examples I did in class because they will be similar examples of what will be asked in the exam. Hopefully that helps a bit?
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(Original post by Gato *****)
I’m in the same situation. I have no idea how to revise properly for it but what I do do is look over the sheets that my teacher had given me throughout the year and also look at past examples I did in class because they will be similar examples of what will be asked in the exam. Hopefully that helps a bit?
Ahh yeah that does help! Thanks!
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As many past papers as possible and take them to your teacher to go through them and see what you did well and what you could do differently
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what exam board?
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1. practice papers
2. studying texts and analysing them (just find a random piece of travel writing etc. online and annotate it/ write an essay/ compare 2 pieces)
3. for fiction writing, prompt sites are great because you can time yourself on a random prompt (like how the exam will be)- i use www.writingexercises.co.uk all the time!
4. mostly brush up on exam technique, literary devices and contexts
hope this helped, good luck!
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what exam board?
I think it’s AQA
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1. practice papers
2. studying texts and analysing them (just find a random piece of travel writing etc. online and annotate it/ write an essay/ compare 2 pieces)
3. for fiction writing, prompt sites are great because you can time yourself on a random prompt (like how the exam will be)- i use www.writingexercises.co.uk all the time!
4. mostly brush up on exam technique, literary devices and contexts
hope this helped, good luck!
Ahh thankyouu!!
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I think it’s AQA
https://www.amazon.co.uk/English-Lan...h+language+aqa

https://www.amazon.co.uk/GCSE-Englis...h+language+aqa
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Thanks!
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