AS/A Level WJEC English Literature Study and Revision Chat Watch

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Welcome to the AS and A Level WJEC English Literature Study and Revision Chat!

Exam Timetable:

AS Level Unit 1: 15th May 2020 (AM)
AS Level Unit 2: 20th May 2020 (PM)

A Level Unit 3: 1st June 2020 (AM)
A Level Unit 4: 9th June 2020 (PM)


How is everyone feeling about the exams? There’s still plenty of time to get prepared for them, but let’s share how we’ve been revising and any tips/tricks we have!

How about starting off with what texts you are studying? It should give us a good idea of who can help each other!


This thread is for anyone that is studying AS or A-level English Literature (WJEC)

Chat below and find other students in the same situation as you! Help each other revise, study and find resources. Good luck everyone

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(Original post by happylilhan)
Welcome to the AS and A Level WJEC English Literature Study and Revision Chat!

Exam Timetable:

AS Level Unit 1: 15th May 2020 (AM)
AS Level Unit 2: 20th May 2020 (PM)

A Level Unit 3: 1st June 2020 (AM)
A Level Unit 4: 9th June 2020 (PM)


How is everyone feeling about the exams? There’s still plenty of time to get prepared for them, but let’s share how we’ve been revising and any tips/tricks we have!

How about starting off with what texts you are studying? It should give us a good idea of who can help each other!


This thread is for anyone that is studying AS or A-level English Literature (WJEC)

Chat below and find other students in the same situation as you! Help each other revise, study and find resources. Good luck everyone

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I'm studying A2 at the moment doing King Lear and a Merchant's Tale for exams and Great Expectations and the Help for coursework
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I'm studying A2 at the moment doing King Lear and a Merchant's Tale for exams and Great Expectations and the Help for coursework
What a great start, we’re doing almost the same! I’m A2 and doing King Lear and The Merchant’s Tale, but I did Tess of the D’Urbervilles and A Thousand Splendid Suns for coursework! How are you finding King Lear & Merchant’s Tale so far? I just feel like there’s so much still to get through with both of them! Might be hard to get through it all on time!
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What a great start, we’re doing almost the same! I’m A2 and doing King Lear and The Merchant’s Tale, but I did Tess of the D’Urbervilles and A Thousand Splendid Suns for coursework! How are you finding King Lear & Merchant’s Tale so far? I just feel like there’s so much still to get through with both of them! Might be hard to get through it all on time!
We are doing really similar books! We haven't started a Merchant's Tale yet I'm quite worried we will not finish in time! But i'm staying positive and submitting my coursework next week. Let me know if you find any interesting opinions on Lear please we can compare notes
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