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English Lit - GCSE Exam Monday

Hi, I'm doing WJEC (Eduqas), I have English Lit exam on Monday, and I got told it'll cover Poetry Anthology and Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet), can I get assistance on what to do as for revision and to quotes and all that bs etc.
Original post by an.16z
Hi, I'm doing WJEC (Eduqas), I have English Lit exam on Monday, and I got told it'll cover Poetry Anthology and Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet), can I get assistance on what to do as for revision and to quotes and all that bs etc.
Good luck, I am too but Macbeth for Shakespeare.
For poetry my teacher thinks death of a naturalist will come up against nature or time, so I’m learning hawk roosting and afternoons for that, but a bit of most of the others. Learn context for all of them as that’s quite a few marks. Hope it all goes well!
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Original post by isabellejasmine
Good luck, I am too but Macbeth for Shakespeare.
For poetry my teacher thinks death of a naturalist will come up against nature or time, so I’m learning hawk roosting and afternoons for that, but a bit of most of the others. Learn context for all of them as that’s quite a few marks. Hope it all goes well!

Yeah for poetry, I'm byhearting quotes from Death of a Naturalist, A wife In london, the manhunt, afternoons, London and dulce et decorum est as these poems can cover any theme eg war childhood nature care etc, however for all 18 poems in the anthology I will be learning the context etc as that poem may come up but not byhearting any quotes because it'll ask a comparison question with a poem the exam gives and a poem that you needed to have byhearted, good luck through Im currently js doing final revision on romeo and juliet as I struggle to understand the language from that novel then going to cover the anthology.
Original post by an.16z
Yeah for poetry, I'm byhearting quotes from Death of a Naturalist, A wife In london, the manhunt, afternoons, London and dulce et decorum est as these poems can cover any theme eg war childhood nature care etc, however for all 18 poems in the anthology I will be learning the context etc as that poem may come up but not byhearting any quotes because it'll ask a comparison question with a poem the exam gives and a poem that you needed to have byhearted, good luck through Im currently js doing final revision on romeo and juliet as I struggle to understand the language from that novel then going to cover the anthology.

What did you end up comparing to with?
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Original post by isabellejasmine
What did you end up comparing to with?

Compared Manhunt with a Wife in London

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