Will I be able to move my English Grades to my predicted by Summer

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For my A Levels I am studying History, English Language and English Literature.
I recently sat my November Mocks and came out with an A* in history but unfortunately two C's in English.
I have been working at a B all year in literature and a high C in language and am predicted a grade A in both Literature and language.

I was wondering if anybody could give me some tips to push from a B in literature to an A and from a C to an A in language?
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(Original post by owen.winn)
For my A Levels I am studying History, English Language and English Literature.
I recently sat my November Mocks and came out with an A* in history but unfortunately two C's in English.
I have been working at a B all year in literature and a high C in language and am predicted a grade A in both Literature and language.

I was wondering if anybody could give me some tips to push from a B in literature to an A and from a C to an A in language?
look at exemplars, literally study them and compare what higher band students write to lower band students, also give your teacher lots of work to mark to get as much feedback as possible and also read your texts over to familiarise yourself till the point it’s almost second nature I hope this helps. i don’t do a level english but i did this at gcse, i do bio chem and psychology
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look at exemplars, literally study them and compare what higher band students write to lower band students, also give your teacher lots of work to mark to get as much feedback as possible and also read your texts over to familiarise yourself till the point it’s almost second nature I hope this helps. i don’t do a level english but i did this at gcse, i do bio chem and psychology
I did very good at GCSE, (two 9s), but A-level is proving to be a different beast entirely.
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I did very good at GCSE, (two 9s), but A-level is proving to be a different beast entirely.
yeah english is weird, i was predicated 8 and 9 at gcse but came out with 6 and 7, the 6was remarked to an 8, but that goes to show how subjective english can be
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