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So I have an AIC assessment and it’s just like what it will be like in the actual GCSE exam-we won’t know the two questions till the day of the exam.I’ve thought about creating mind maps to revise themes,characters etc but does anyone have any more tips and ideas?
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watch mr salles n mr bruff on yt
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what year are u in
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Year 9
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Use post it notes to write the quotes and on the back write who said it and when. This is really good for learning quotes as you can learn to recall it every day.
Also try and make mind maps for major themes and characters and try having a go at making planning essays under timed conditions.
Also know about context eg social class and gender roles contrasting Sheila and Gerald for example.
And make sure you know the plot of the play so you know what exactly happens when. Good luck
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check this out it is amazing :
https://getrevising.co.uk/revision-c...les_and_themes
https://getrevising.co.uk/revision-c...calls-themes-3
https://www.slideshare.net/bluejorj/...lls-key-quotes (I used most of these in my exam so great!!!)
https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...evision-notes1 (Honestly the best revision resource for AIC)
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