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eng lit notes!! (ALEVEL)

hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)

so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions

If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:

Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!
Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!

Do u have some suggestions on which youtubers to watch and how to make notes for gcse eng lit.
Original post by Gcseadvise
Do u have some suggestions on which youtubers to watch and how to make notes for gcse eng lit.


I didn’t use any YouTubers tbh, I just reread the books and annotated my texts thoroughly
In terms of making notes, please priv message me and I’ll advice u further x
Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!

Hello,
I am a current year 13 student doing Blake (AQA).
I am trying to find 8-10 poems to learn for the final exam. I was wondering if you had any suggestions?

Thank you.
Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!

hi how did you revise for Wuthering heights
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Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!

Hi,
I just got started on here, so don't have the ability to private message but I am in your position currently! I am predicted B, been getting C but aiming for A and I'm trying to improve my grade my writing essays but im not sure if it's working. Any further advice?
Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!


im still new to this app so my reply option is still not available 😅, can you give me your twitter or any other ways of contacting you? i would love to get your tips!!
Original post by schoolgirl 69
hi guys - I know how stressful exam times can be, I was in your position last year so I just wanted to come on here and offer my eng lit notes. These have helped me massively as last year I was predicted a B/C and I received an A* !! The texts I studied were:
- Othello and Streetcar (Drama)
- Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Wuthering Heights (Prose)
- Poems of the Decade
- Romantic poetry (Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Byron and Blake)
so essentially some of my main tips for increasing your grade in eng, would be to make lots of essay plans to consolidate that you know your texts well and use SPECIFIC context because that's what differentiates you from your essay from the rest and make sure you have tracked any important symbols/ imagery throughout the texts and can talk about them with reference to any theme/ essay questions
If anyone is interested in my notes, please priv message me and we can discuss eng lit further :smile:
Hope this helps and good luck for your alevels!

hi my account is new so i cant pm you, is there any other way i could contact you? :smile:

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