chlorerai
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Hi i am in year 11 and I was wondering about what came up in last years Animal Farm Question, which character ?? I have my literature exam tomorrow and in was also wondering i terms of structure what is the best way to get top marks, any help would be much appreciated ???
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i got a c* in my english lit animal farm last year and snowball was the character in the exam which i wasn’t expecting because he was the specimen question so i hadn’t revised him lol the main thing to focus on is quotes especially ‘four legs good, two legs bad’. it depends on what exam board you have but there’ll be 2 questions most likely if we have the same one, one on a character and one on the lives of the animals. make a plan on both essays before so that you know what essay you have more points for, i didn’t do that and ended up realising i knew more about the other question at the end so make sure you plan it and you’ll get the best marks you can get.
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i don’t know if you’re from northern ireland but is ccea your exam board
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