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Yeah, that's right- I need help. SOS. In year 13. In a dark hole. In a dark place. I need help with historical and individual variation tips/ general exam help!
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I'm sure you're not a dim person! I'm studying A Level Language too and I'm in Y13 any way I can help?
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If you're with AQA, PM me. I might have some advice. I am predicted an A*, got an A in my end-of-lower-sixth mocks and have performed well in recent assessments.
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If you're with AQA, PM me. I might have some advice. I am predicted an A*, got an A in my end-of-lower-sixth mocks and have performed well in recent assessments.
You're predicted an A*? Maybe you can help me too haha !
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You're predicted an A*? Maybe you can help me too haha !
Oo group help yay haha! Our board is Edexcel, but still I’d really appreciate anything! Any tips on CLA or Language Variation would be good, just maybe small things like how to remember theorists or any notes that have helped you so far 😄
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Our board is Edexcel, but still I’d really appreciate anything! Any tips on CLA or language variation would be good, just maybe small things like how to remember theorists or any notes that have helped you so far 😄
Hi, for CLA make sure you know the theories like the back of your hand, but equally do not just dump in every single theory. Analyse the theory, criticise it, test it against other theories and most importantly link it to the question/extract.
Unfortunately the only way to learn theories is to consistently read them, make flash cards and mind maps. Once you’ve learnt them I’d recommend that you do as many practice essays as possible
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Hi, for CLA make sure you know the theories like the back of your hand, but equally do not just dump in every single theory. Analyse the theory, criticise it, test it against other theories and most importantly link it to the question/extract.
Unfortunately the only way to learn theories is to consistently read them, make flash cards and mind maps. Once you’ve learnt them I’d recommend that you do as many practice essays as possible
Great, thanks!
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