We will advise you how to prepare yourself for your work
The 2013 amendment to the GCSE will bring several changes. But one thing is certain. Everybody must graduate from English. We have prepared some tips for you to prepare for your work.
The most effective but at the same time least favorite advice is: write as often as possible. Few students, however, write makeup or feuilletons just for fun. Yet we have some recommendations for you to make it easier for you to write your graduation style.
Repeat the styles and procedures
Do you know all the departments you may encounter at the GCSE? Do you know what is the difference between narration and makeup, characteristics and description or reasoning and feuillet? What styles are used for each department? Start by repeating the curriculum from previous years.
Certainly you have written countless essays in recent years. You’ll find it useful before graduation. Look for the ones you had a bad mark on and look at what you were wrong with. Make sure you don’t repeat these mistakes on the GC day.
In this school year, you will write a few more essays, at least at the maturity exam. If you have a choice, choose heavier assignments. This year, it’s not about stamps, but about trying out what you can and practicing.
Realize your strengths
Think ahead, which departments you would like to write at your school leaving exam. This will save you the time your classmates spend deciding on themes. Types with artistic feelings should probably choose the make-up, technically focused people, on the contrary.
Some stylistic formations look simple, but last school year has shown that even at first sight an easy genre is not a sure bet. Which would you like to write?