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so i dont know but im doing my gcse exams this summer and was wondering if i take analysis from the internet for eng lit would that count as plagirisation
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so i dont know but im doing my gcse exams this summer and was wondering if i take analysis from the internet for eng lit would that count as plagirisation
no its revision
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no it wouldn't, do try to put the analysis in your own words though where possible. as long as you're not copying huge chunks of an essay online you should be fine.
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if you are wanting some practice questions there’s a company atm raising money for an expedition to help charities in s america, who are sending out english lit/lang papers gcse and they are being marked by real gcse aqa english markers, and with that are given back detailed feedback on how to improve, i did it this time last year and it got me from grade 6 to full marks in the real exam for paper 2 lit ) thought this may be a help for revision
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