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On this page there are links to worksheets, revision sites and downloadable exercises to help you SURVIVE revision season...












In order to get to the site you're looking for, just click on the link

For example, a great Interactive revision tool is the
HIGHER ENGLISH SURVIVAL
revision website which uses an interactive mindmap to focus your revision on the areas that you find most difficult.

To get to it, just click on this link HERE; there's a lot of good advice posted on it and it's more likely to increase your chances of passing than following the advice on this poster!


Here are some fantastic notes covering every QUESTION TYPE, and outlining some strategies for answering them correctly.


Why don't you print them out and upload your own REVISION POWERPOINT that you've made from them

Remember, ACTIVE LEARNING is 80% more effective than just reading over your notes!


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Here are some revision Powerpoints and sets of notes for you to download and test yourself with:

First of all you should divide your revision up into QUESTION TYPES


HERE IS A WORKBOOK TO PRINT OUT AND WORK THROUGH, TO FOCUS ON INDIVIDUAL WEAKER SPOTS
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HERE ARE MY CLOSE READING REVISION POWERPOINTS TO START YOU OFF, THEN THERE ARE NOTES ON DIFFERENT QUESTION TYPES:

ALL CLOSE READING NOTES:


















LINK QUESTION:




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CONTEXT QUESTION:




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IMAGERY QUESTIONS



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WORD CHOICE AND SENTENCE STRUCTURE







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