English Literature aqaWatch
Character profiles, key quotes on cue cards stuck around rooms in your house, essay plans, read sample answers on website, and, of course, use Mr Bruff videos on YouTube (also Mr Salles is really good!!)
-Don't learn too many quotes or you'll get confused in the exam (five to ten for each text)
-Focus on the texts that you struggle the most with
As for how to revise I would make flash cards and on one side I would put the poem and on the other I would put: context, summary of poem, 3-4 language/form/structure points from the poem with quotes and key themes in the poem. By doing it on a Flashcard you are making sure you don’t have pages and pages of things to remember.
Also for revision I would practise writing essays and then in possible give them to your teacher to mark.
mr bruff is good but remember literally everyone taking the exam is watching him, so most people who only rely on him will all have the same points..
good luck tomorrow!!!
What I used to do is that I would speak them (quotes) aloud EVERYWHERE and piss my classmates off with it, but in retrospect it helped both me and them remember quotes
Remember to familiarise yourself with as much context as you can and something good to get a 9 is to include critics quotes I.e critics that have read the books and documented their take on the text you are reading. If you want I have a book of Macbeth critic quotes that I can send to you if you do Macbeth