A Thousand Splendid Suns + Wuthering Heights

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Zarzeeboo24
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Hi!

I have a mock for AS in two weeks, and I'm so unsure as to how to revise for my prose exam. We are on chapter 12 of W.H, so our mock will be on a theme that we can write about in both texts, but only in depth to chapter 12.

Does anyone have any tips for revision/know of the themes that could come up so I can do revision plans?

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A tip for revision that I would do is sort out notes based on the assessment objectives. This helps me quite a lot!

P.S. Your school still enters you for AS exams? That's kinda cool.
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Do you have any revision resources that you could share for wuthering heights please?
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(Original post by Tolgarda)
A tip for revision that I would do is sort out notes based on the assessment objectives. This helps me quite a lot!

P.S. Your school still enters you for AS exams? That's kinda cool.
That's really helpful! Thank you

Generally speaking we don't do AS exams, but we do have similar exams for the end of this year that go towards UCAS. That being said, we have the option to ot in for AS exams if we want to dro a subject, or if teachers feel that students won't do well enough to rogress onto A2.
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That's really helpful! Thank you

Generally speaking we don't do AS exams, but we do have similar exams for the end of this year that go towards UCAS. That being said, we have the option to ot in for AS exams if we want to dro a subject, or if teachers feel that students won't do well enough to rogress onto A2.
No problem. I found that this was a very useful technique for me at GCSE, and currently at A-level.

Also, I understand your situation now. That's good.
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