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Help someone with The written unit! Any tips and revision guides/methods would be helpful!
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I struggled with the written unit but I did find a method. Its the long route though so if anyone has a better option you would be better off taking it. First of all, categorize all of the types of pieces you can be asked about, in both expressive and design. For example, sculpture, painting, jewellery, architecture, etc. Then you need to individually go through and find points to right about from each. Like a mental list of prompts. So for painting, you can look at types of application and its effects, how the colours link to mood and atmosphere. For jewellery, you can think about wearability, aesthetics, materials, and how they lend themselves to function (Every answer must include something being linked to something else).
Don't be going through and writing up big lists of this stuff, that'll take too long and won't be helpful. It's about developing this list of prompts and things to look out for in your head so you can recall them when you need. Instead of writing lists, actively practise questions as you do this.

Also, I can't remember the specifics but you can work out the bare minimum of different types of pieces you need to focus on. Like since there are 10 questions but you only need to answer 6 or something like that idk. Work out which ones appear all the time and use this to your advantage.

And a final note. From experience, I find thinking of ideas for design harder. Expressive is easier to blag, you can spin some poetic crap and get the mark. So I would spend more time perfecting your design questions.
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