In the end, you should just relax because if you organise your materials, you will do well in the exam. It's not my writing speed that's the problem, I can physically write fast enough.
I just get stuck on the whole "what to write" thing.
In my english class, people are getting between 15 and 20 out of 20, but I continuously gain between 5 and 10 marks.
Since the exam is in 11 weeks, I am in serious need of some help on how to study and how to get my marks up in this section as this is what is bringing my grade down.
Her advice to me was "practice writing essays in timed conditions" which isn't particularly useful when you don't even know where to start. oh and I'm doing the godfather (film) for my essay You got to pick the Godfather??? What I'm studying may be a bit different from what you are studying, but I think these tips still apply!
I would advise you to watch The Godfather again or read the book depending on which you are studying.
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I've tried asking my teacher but her advice is to practice the essays but this isn't helping. And finally I assume you do not breach the practice of including superflous information. He has written thirteen books of poetry and on and on and on. b) The quality of your analysis c) The quality of your evaluation d) Your technical skills.
If you do not use such a formal technique then that is a serious weakness and will bring down your grade.