How do I answer an exam analysis question?

The most common and effective way to answer an analysis question would be to read the question carefully first and identify what part of the text it is asking you to analysis and whether it is asking you to do it from a particular viewpoint relating to one of the characters or as a reflection of society. Once you have identified this, the best way to proceed is to use the PEEL method which stands for:Point - identify the point you are trying to makeEvidence - use evidence relating to this point Explain Link

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