It is great that you are working towards improving your iGCSE grade! Here are some tips for the three areas you mentioned:
-Read the poem multiple times to fully understand the meaning and context.
-Look for literary devices like metaphors, similes, alliteration, and symbolism and analyze how they contribute to the poem's meaning.
-Identify the tone of the poem and consider how it might change throughout.
-Think about the speaker's perspective and how it may affect the poem's meaning.
-Practice writing essays on a variety of unseen poems to improve your analysis skills.
-Review the poems in the anthology multiple times and create a summary of the main themes for each poem.
-Consider how the poems relate to each other thematically and how they reflect the cultural and historical context of their time.
-Pay attention to literary devices and analyz how they contribute to the meaning of each poem.
-Practice writing essays comparing and contrasting different poems in the anthology.
-Read the text closely and pay attention to character development, plot, and setting.
-Consider the themes of the text and how they are developed throughout the story.
-Identify any literary devices used in the text and analyze how they contribute to the story's meaning.
-Practice writing essays on a variety of modern prose texts to improve your analytical skills.
In addition to these tips, make sure you have a good understanding of the exam format and timing so that you can manage your time effectively during the exam. Practice past papers and get feedback from your teacher or tutor to help you improve your writing skills. Good luck!