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Hello! Gcses are cancelled so I have lots of free time, I’m planning on taking classical civilisation a level next year and I was just wondering does anyone have any advice on revision guides or any tips etc to prepare! Thanks !
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I'd say that one of the best things you could do would be to read around the subject. One of the modules you'll study will be World of the Hero which involves reading Virgil's Aeneid and one of either Homer's Iliad or Odyssey. It might be worth reading these texts so that you're prepared. If you are able to contact your teachers for next year or know what modules you'll be studying, you could read some of the core ancient texts for them as well.
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