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I don't know to to analyise ?

I have started the IGCSE course this year and I don't really know how to approach a question (the ones about the texts in the anthology) . I got a C- in my mock exam on paper 2 (the one out of 30, I got 18) . I am struggling on how to describe and analysis the use of language to hit the top grades. I would really appreciate it if you tell me what to do seeing as I am really confused and worried at the same time.

I have to say that I have prepared for the mock exam. I got 10 out of 15 in the writing task ( a short story) but i failed in analysing in part 1 (got 8 out of 15 :( ) I did study the notes i had but i didn't do a good job at all.

Please help me; I don't want to fail in my real exam.


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Twelfth Night: Act 3 Scene 1 help!!!!

Okay, my teacher gave me two questions (one question, two parts) and these are it:
What does Viola/Cesario return to Olivia? Why does Olivia apologize?

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writing a college scholarship personal statement

What is a creative way to begin my personal statement? I am a normal kid that has had a normal life with no drastic obstacles I've had to overcome.

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USA POLITICS HELP!

What are the advanatges and disadvantages of the federal bureaucracy in the USA? (30 marks)

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AS Biology Coursework

Hi there,

I have been asked to investigate the effect of Pectinase and Cellulase enzymes in apple juice production for my ISA. Our tutor has supplied us with as little information as possible and therefore we have to research most of it ourselves. I wondered whether anyone had already done this question, or atleast has some information on it. Much appreciated.

Luke

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Turned by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

how is Mr Marroner presented in the story Turned by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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Comparative Essay: A Doll's House and A Woman of No Importance

Explore the use of secrecy and concealement in Ibsen's A Doll's House and Wilde's A Woman of No Importance.


any ideas on how to go about tackling this question would be helpful!

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catalase

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I have been looking at the enzyme catalase and am wondering what the body does with the products oxygen and water
thanks

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animals digestion

why do animals lick their skin? please help me

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Yeast and Methylene blue

In a practical the pupils have 3 boiling tubes of yeast. Tube C is boiled for 5 mins. Then we add methylene blue to all 3 boiling tubes adn put in a water bath at 40oC. Tubes A and B obviously go colourless because of respiration and tube C doesn't because the yeast is dead. We then shake tube A and goes blue again - obviously reoxygenating the methylene blue. Tube B, however is boiled for 5 mins, then shaken and it does not go blue again. How come the methylene blue isn't just being reoxidised from the air? How come the yeast needs to be live for the methylene blue to be reoxidised? Thank you

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