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Hi does anyone have advice on how to study a level English as I’m doing it for a level, seeing that gcse are no longer taking place, I don’t know the books or poetry I’ll be studying however I would like some advice on how to structure essays and also language techniques, I’m doing ocr
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Hi does anyone have advice on how to study a level English as I’m doing it for a level, seeing that gcse are no longer taking place, I don’t know the books or poetry I’ll be studying however I would like some advice on how to structure essays and also language techniques, I’m doing ocr
Honestly if you know the teacher, then you can probably get from them next year what they will be studying for texts.
If they tell you that then no harm reading them.
Alternatively look at the spec and see whats involved in your nea where you normally contrast and compare two novels.
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