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Make sure you use plenty of quotes and analyse them in as much detail as possible. Stick to Point, Evidence, Explanation and try not to go off topic. Also, always ask yourself if you could have interrogated something in more detail. 'Have I looked at all the language devices? Have I mentioned the context in the novel / play / poem? Have I made things clear for the examiner?' And most of all, don't be afraid! The examiner WANTS you to develop your points fully and sound confident. If you want a tutoring session ahead of the exam, don't hesitate to get in touch. Ben.

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