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Macbeth and jekyll and hyde quotes

i am doin my yr 10 mocks soon in like 7 weeks and for english i really want to memorise key quotes that will help with almost any question i get, like moldable judicious quotes
if anyone has done their Gcse's already or is in yr 11 currently i would appreciate the help I do AQA btw
Original post by Sherlock660
i am doin my yr 10 mocks soon in like 7 weeks and for english i really want to memorise key quotes that will help with almost any question i get, like moldable judicious quotes
if anyone has done their Gcse's already or is in yr 11 currently i would appreciate the help I do AQA btw

My teacher gave me a whole booklet back in Y11 (am in Y12 now). Taking you do Inspector Calls, Macbeth and A christmas Carol, I can send you some quotations.
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Original post by Josh Balkans
My teacher gave me a whole booklet back in Y11 (am in Y12 now). Taking you do Inspector Calls, Macbeth and A christmas Carol, I can send you some quotations.

I would appreciate the Macbeth ones thanks, but we do Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Lord of the flies for the rest but thank you for the offer
Original post by Sherlock660
I would appreciate the Macbeth ones thanks, but we do Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Lord of the flies for the rest but thank you for the offer


I actually lost my notes so I can't actually give them to you. If you're looking for notes for any subject download "knowunity". You can find students notes for free which you can use to revise from. I would also recommend course sidekick. They have key quotes and analysis, which you can make notes on, and make some flashcards. It's worth noting that they are not free but if you're willing to invest £9 a month. I would make an A4 mindmap for each quote, starting with quotes and analysis you have found online, and then think of your own. Researching, and analysing quotes yourself will help you remember much better than you being given notes - at least that is what worked for me!
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Original post by Josh Balkans
I actually lost my notes so I can't actually give them to you. If you're looking for notes for any subject download "knowunity". You can find students notes for free which you can use to revise from. I would also recommend course sidekick. They have key quotes and analysis, which you can make notes on, and make some flashcards. It's worth noting that they are not free but if you're willing to invest £9 a month. I would make an A4 mindmap for each quote, starting with quotes and analysis you have found online, and then think of your own. Researching, and analysing quotes yourself will help you remember much better than you being given notes - at least that is what worked for me!

thank you for the advice! :smile:

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