illicitfinesse
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At GCSE, I loved Eng Lit but at A-level, I find the essays and the technique they require too difficult to grasp - I've been getting consistent D's since the start of September (I'm in Yr 12) . Overall, I just hate doing it now and want to quit so bad.

I know it's too late to drop it and go for another subject, so what can I do?

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(Original post by illicitfinesse)
At GCSE, I loved Eng Lit but at A-level, I find the essays and the technique they require too difficult to grasp - I've been getting consistent D's since the start of September (I'm in Yr 12) . Overall, I just hate doing it now and want to quit so bad.

I know it's too late to drop it and go for another subject, so what can I do?

Please help
I feel your pain because I too loved English Lit at GCSE and hated it at A level BUT it is too late to drop an A level now so unless you are doing 4 A levels (so could drop one) I don't see that you have any choice but to perservere with it. If you want to apply to Uni in Year 13, they will want you to have taken 3 A levels, even if you don't do very well in one of them.
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i am also doing eng lit dont give yet consult your teacher where you dont understand or you can do group discussions with your peers
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