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Hi I'm in year 11 and my gcses are within less than 5 months and I still haven't revised properly! I keep getting 5s and once I had a 6 but went down to a 5 again and I'm really struggling with an inspector calls getting really good quotes to analyse I really want really good quotes for all 5 characters but I dont know how please someone help
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(Original post by Qqyyshc)
Hi I'm in year 11 and my gcses are within less than 5 months and I still haven't revised properly! I keep getting 5s and once I had a 6 but went down to a 5 again and I'm really struggling with an inspector calls getting really good quotes to analyse I really want really good quotes for all 5 characters but I dont know how please someone help
Do you have the CGP text books for all the literature books? If not, definitely have a look at getting them. They have a lot of in-depth analysed quotes for you to use throughout your essays! Bite size and Seneca is also a good resource to find effective quotes
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I did my Literature GCSE this year and achieved a 9. Here's a link to the flashcard resources I made. It has quotes for each key character as well some contextual quotes, and analysis on the other side. You'll need to request access to join the class. https://quizlet.com/join/ASzKJdKbH
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I did my Literature GCSE this year and achieved a 9. Here's a link to the flashcard resources I made. It has quotes for each key character as well some contextual quotes, and analysis on the other side. You'll need to request access to join the class. https://quizlet.com/join/ASzKJdKbH
this is helpful thanks!
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also work on your exam technique for english lit! practice writing essays and read grade 9 examples, so you can make sure your essays are written as eloquently and as organised as them! technique is worth a lot of marks - can't remember but maybe a bit less than half? so that's as important as quotes and ideas.
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this is helpful thanks!
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quizlet, sparknotes, seneca and litcharts are all good for quotes :yes: i'd learn some analysis for the quotes you learn to so you're confident talking about them in the exam.
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(GCSEs 2018 here) I got grade 9 in lit, including 100% in the 19th century/Shakespeare paper. What are your other texts? I sell my revision notes online if you’re interested? (Including an Inspector Calls)
Other than that I recommend finding a revision strategy that works for you (try mind maps, posters, power points etc etc) and I found York notes better than cgp generally
Best of luck
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