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So I’d like to get full marks on English lit essays (I’m doing macbeth, Jekyll and Hyde, love and relationships and an inspector calls) and so could some one give me there 30/30 essay (or Band 6 so 26-30 marks) on any of these texts? Much appreciated
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So I’d like to get full marks on English lit essays (I’m doing macbeth, Jekyll and Hyde, love and relationships and an inspector calls) and so could some one give me there 30/30 essay (or Band 6 so 26-30 marks) on any of these texts? Much appreciated
Hi there.

I don’t have any of my English Literature essays, but if you have specific questions or need specific advice let me know and I’d be happy to do my best to help! (I did AQA Macbeth, An Inspector Calls, Jekyll and Hyde and Power and Conflict Anthology for my GCSE).
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Hi there.

I don’t have any of my English Literature essays, but if you have specific questions or need specific advice let me know and I’d be happy to do my best to help! (I did AQA Macbeth, An Inspector Calls, Jekyll and Hyde and Power and Conflict Anthology for my GCSE).
What did you get for the GCSE
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What did you get for the GCSE
The top grade. Let me know if you have any specific questions and I’ll do my best to help.
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Hi there.

I don’t have any of my English Literature essays, but if you have specific questions or need specific advice let me know and I’d be happy to do my best to help! (I did AQA Macbeth, An Inspector Calls, Jekyll and Hyde and Power and Conflict Anthology for my GCSE).
So I know this post was ages ago but do you have any tips for how to remember the language analysis for poems?
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So I know this post was ages ago but do you have any tips for how to remember the language analysis for poems?
Sure thing.

So for poems, I made a condensed page of notes (just a single A4 side) on every poem. I’d put top level analysis (Mr Bruff is good for structure analysis and Stacey Reay is good for language analysis), plus contextual points. I’d try and analyse at least 5-6 quotes for each poem minimum, and I’d also make a note of bigger themes and symbolism so it was easier to see links between poems. Then I just kept reading through the notes a few times, and did lots of practice essays to think about which poems compare well.
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Sure thing.

So for poems, I made a condensed page of notes (just a single A4 side) on every poem. I’d put top level analysis (Mr Bruff is good for structure analysis and Stacey Reay is good for language analysis), plus contextual points. I’d try and analyse at least 5-6 quotes for each poem minimum, and I’d also make a note of bigger themes and symbolism so it was easier to see links between poems. Then I just kept reading through the notes a few times, and did lots of practice essays to think about which poems compare well.
Thank you. Also how many poems should I learn because apparently it’s like 5 but I’ve heard other amounts too, so how many did you learn to get a high marks?
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Thank you. Also how many poems should I learn because apparently it’s like 5 but I’ve heard other amounts too, so how many did you learn to get a high marks?
I learnt all of the poems. It seems like a lot but if you start in the Christmas holidays then you should have plenty of time to analyse and memorise all of them. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, and I would advise against only learning a set few poems that teachers think can link to anything. What if one of the other poems comes up in the exam, that other students have already learnt high level context and analysis for, whilst you’re seeing it for the first time like an unseen poem? Definitely go through all poems if you can.
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I learnt all of the poems. It seems like a lot but if you start in the Christmas holidays then you should have plenty of time to analyse and memorise all of them. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, and I would advise against only learning a set few poems that teachers think can link to anything. What if one of the other poems comes up in the exam, that other students have already learnt high level context and analysis for, whilst you’re seeing it for the first time like an unseen poem? Definitely go through all poems if you can.
Will do, thanks!
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Hi I’m on for a nine for lit and language gcse, and I have some essays with full marks if you want me to send them to you? ( I do Macbeth, sign of four and inspector calls)
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Hi I’m on for a nine for lit and language gcse, and I have some essays with full marks if you want me to send them to you? ( I do Macbeth, sign of four and inspector calls)
Yes please that’s be brilliant
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Yes please that’s be brilliant
Im a bit new to this website and can’t figure out how to send them directly so I’m just sending them here. (Sorry - handwriting isn’t the neatest!)
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Hope this is useful; I probably have more if you want them?
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