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can you pass english lit with no quotes?
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''No''. - Me
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It wouldn’t be wise to but for an inspector calls I did no quotes for an Eric question and a birling quote and I got a 6 (but it depends on your other test)
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''No''. - Me
He's right, OP.
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I never use quotes but still get a 5😂, wouldnt recommend tho
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You can embed quotes if you're feeling risky but I would rely on full quotes with a couple embedded for extra fanciness. :yep:

What texts are you doing tomorrow?
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He's right, OP.
''I'm always right except when I'm wrong''. - Also me
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quotes are very much needed for AO2...

analysis with no quotes would be hard lol

however, some level 9 answers only contain 3-4 other quotes from other places in the play/novella. remember it is not how many quotes but what you do with them. pick quotes that you know you will write a lot about
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probably nope
but u dont need to remember quotes word for word so its alright, as long as u get the whole meaning of it and remember the keywords it should be fine?
or instead of quotes if ur really desperate, describe the scene. i do that all the time for the modern text (DNA) in paper 2 lol
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Just learn them. It doesn't take long to memorise a few quotations - write a list of those you think you need to know and it shouldn't take you more than 20-30 mins to commit them to (short-term) memory. Remember to keep them short - 8 words max per quote is an ideal limit. Anything longer and you need to really question if you're straying too far from the point.
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You can embed quotes if you're feeling risky but I would rely on full quotes with a couple embedded for extra fanciness. :yep:

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Macbeth and poetry
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