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Hi there, this week I am doing an English Language exam. I have already done section B but about to do Section A. Is there any tips for this situation or possibly how to revise for things like this.
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which exam board?
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Hi there, this week I am doing an English Language exam. I have already done section B but about to do Section A. Is there any tips for this situation or possibly how to revise for things like this.
Always go for the story rather than description, plan a story before hand!
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which exam board?
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Wish I could help. I do OCR so our version is completely different I dont know how the AQA papers work.
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Wish I could help. I do OCR so our version is completely different I dont know how the AQA papers work.
No problem. But they can't be that different... can they?
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No problem. But they can't be that different... can they?
AQA is quite different in that the language and structure questions are different. OCR have 2 combined language and structure questions.
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AQA is quite different in that the language and structure questions are different. OCR have 2 combined language and structure questions.
okay. thanks
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