How did you find GCSE (OCR) English language paper 1 today?
Topic: Morning papers writing
July 19, 2019 / By Jayda Question:
Had the English exam this morning, just wondering how others found it. What did you think of the questions?
I think it went quite well but I hated the last question! Best teacher? I don't really have one so that was quite difficult. Who would want to read about that kind of thing anyway?
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Evangeline | 5 days ago
Omg I found that paper well hard man :( damn... the 1st question abwt that army guy wasnt 2 bad... the 2nd question hardly had any language devices... all i noticed were emotive language, hyperbolic, anecdotes and erm as far as i can remember repitition and rhetorical question...
lol yeahh the last question was quiet hard.. we had to EXPLAIN andd DESCRIBE.. a teacher? lol i found it difficult to find a teacher at my school as they arent that good.. so i made one up lol.. how did it go for you?
i managed to write about 9 pages all together... although quality counts, i decided to take advantage of quantity lol... how much did you right?
anyway.. hope it was easy for you.. and what are you predicted? im predicted B.. lol :( o well cya x
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Oh I did it too! It was really simple! I was so surprised considering I only started revising yesterday - I did 7 hours though.. =] The questions overall were awesome really, I just got stuck on making that equation for that line somewhere towards the end of the paper. I just suck at lines and stuff, so yeah.
The Grade Boundaries for the past two years to get an A was 141/200 (Totaling both papers). So it shouldn't be too far off this year. I counted up the marks that I was certain I'd get and I got around 80/100 which was like, OMG YAY THAT'S AN A! XD
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Anywho, I must go and revise for the English Language exam I have tomorrow! Good luck in everything! ;]
Thought it was alright today. The Andy McNab question was well easy, and for the last question I made up an older brother as my best teacher. Went okay, I think/hope.
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I didnt think it was that bad, but i only wrote 3 double sides. My hand was absolutly killing at the end. I'm predicted a B but i'll probably only get a C. The 1st question abot Andy McNab was the easiest.
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