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How can I get higher grades in my exams?

You have to learn how to analyse language techniques (such as word-choice, metaphor and simile) as effectively as possible and then frame your answers using the key words from the question.

Michael  O. A Level English and World Literature tutor, IB English an...

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Oliver W.

Degree: Philosophy (Bachelors) - Warwick University

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Degree: CHA: English Literature, Spanish with French (Bachelors) - Durham University

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Russian
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Michael O.

Degree: PhD English Literature (Doctorate) - Glasgow University

Subjects offered: English, English and World Literature+ 2 more

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English and World Literature
English Literature
English Language

“A skilled and engaging teacher of Secondary English with overseas experience teaching ESOL in France. In Scotland I have served as an Acting Principal Teacher for Secondary English, a Tutor for Secondary English, and a tutor for Maste...”

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