Would I be marked down for not writing a conclusion in the poetry question?

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I didn't have enough time for the conclusion; will it severely affect my marks? I did Bayonet Charge and Kamikaze btw.
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It will almost definitely have some impact on your marks but I don't think that it will be that significant. As long as your essay had good detail within it and you did everything else that the question asked of you then it should be okay. All you can do is try your best. Was it GCSE or A-Level?
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It will almost definitely have some impact on your marks but I don't think that it will be that significant. As long as your essay had good detail within it and you did everything else that the question asked of you then it should be okay. All you can do is try your best. Was it GCSE or A-Level?
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I don't think that it should be as much of an impact as it would be if it was A-Level. I haven't heard of those poems before though. What were they like?
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I don't think that it should be as much of an impact as it would be if it was A-Level. I haven't heard of those poems before though. What were they like?
Kamikaze is interesting but Bayonet Charge is really dull; it's only about a soldier who stands near a hedge realizing his mistakes. I was kind of unlucky as they were the two poem's I barely revised.
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Kamikaze is interesting but Bayonet Charge is really dull; it's only about a soldier who stands near a hedge realizing his mistakes. I was kind of unlucky as they were the two poem's I barely revised.
AQA sometimes have the most random things in exams.
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AQA sometimes have the most random things in exams.
They really do. Thanks for the reassurance though
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