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So idk how to help with that but in terms of resources, id suggest Seneca if you havent used that already. My English teacher recommended it a few days ago and its been central to most of my revision across all subjects. It will basically break down the key themes, character analysis and methods etc for Inspector Calls, as well as havung a separate 'course' for the quotes. And for Poetry and Conflict it too is broken down into themes and methods explored etc as well as comparisons to be made. Its pretty visual and weaves in tests as you learn, which I find prompt the long-term memory. Its also free which is gr8.
Litcharts for Inspector Calls isnt wholly free, but the parts that are acessible i think are very good, especially with tracking the themes.
Okay ive rambled enough, and btw I too am doing AQA Inspector Calls and Poetry and Conflict lol, so I wish the best of luck for both of us!