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I have got the basic knowledge, good contextual knowledge and random qoutes memorized for CC, BB and Macbeth
But I'm still not confident enough. I don't know the proper structure and exam technique for a real exam Q. I know random quotes, but I cant properly categorize them and I don't know enough qoutes for each of the themes and characters, so should I just memorize a lot of them? And I still have to cover 3-5 themes for all 3, and I want to get a grade 7 hopefully. What should I do?
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read the examiner’s reports on your exam board and see what the ask for on marks schemes top, also check your specification. for each piece that you are learning, there will be a main theme like for macbeth it’s ambition, learn about 3 quotes for each theme and then write a paragraph about them, then do another paragraph linking that to the main theme (ambition) and add in all context, writer’s intentions and the effect on the reader/audience
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