ARGH just over a week to go!!
Posted 05 May 2004 - 06:45 PM
Anyway just incase im bogged down with studying i just wanted to wish u all the very best of luck for the big one next week!! And i'm sure u will all do super duper. Also thanks for all the help u have all contributed, can't thank u guys enough ( u guys are way better then my english teacher!) keep up the good work!!! Take care and good luck again!!! Woohoo summer holidays here we come!!!!
Posted 05 May 2004 - 07:32 PM
Very best of luck to ALL here
Let's not panic, and remember if it doesn't go to plan don't get too upset about it and stay focused on the exams you are still to sit - once you've left the room there's nothing You cna do about it, before you enter the room you still have some control
Posted 05 May 2004 - 08:02 PM
I am HOPING for decent questions, if I get hit with crappy ones, I'll not be in a good mood, but at the moment I am not too worried about English, although the daunting fact is that these exams are suddenly here - feels as though you've done hardly any studying when really you have done loads!!!
Good Luck everyone
Posted 07 May 2004 - 08:30 AM
randomly pick a year from your past papers book and then read the questions. pick a question and draw a wee spider diagram for it, basically a plan for the essay.
A short story I'm doing is "A rat and some rennovations" and there's a question that says look at a novel or short story that uses humour to tell the story...
In the middle of the page I would write humour, then I'd write the different types of humour, and then I'd write the most important humourous incidents from the story with quotes... and hey presto, I've studied! and then I just pray that an easy question like that comes up, and not one about symbolism or the narration from the story. If that happenes, I will cry.
This will show you what you need to study more and what you already know.
Posted 08 May 2004 - 01:02 PM
Anyone else had a go at it?
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