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Most of these answers are general in nature and will be relevant for both the fifth year and the sixth year syllabus.

However, some questions may be syllabus specific. The content for each syllabus can be viewed on the English Homepages in the Exam Centre.

There are different lists of stand alone texts, comparative texts, comparative modes and potery prescribed for each year.

Q101. » HIGHER L.CERT do i avoid summarising the poetry of the poets? we have never studied any of our poets under themes AND NOW IM REALLY CONFUSED AS I END UP WITHSUMMARIES! is there a general theme each poet adopts throughout their poetry?
Q102. » does big words and strcture really make higher marks
Q103. » What is the best way to revise for the English course at this stage?
Q104. » My teacher told me that i should be safe just learning Kavanagh, Dickinson, Heaney and Wordsworth. Is this true??
Q105. » hi ya. i was just wondering do you think there will be a high possibility that a question on Macbeth will be on minor characters (ie. Macduff or Banquo etc)??? im quite worried about this question so any useful tips or possible predictions would be greatly appreciated! thanks!
Q106. » I havenít read Macbeth yet and havenít a clue about characters or themes or quotes. What should I study for it?
Q107. » i want to write an essay on the relationship between Macbeth and Lady macbeth, and i need help on what parts to include etc!!!
Q108. » I am not able to write good compositions. How can I improve in this area?
Q109. » How should I revise for Paper II in the Higher level exam?
Q110. » Do I need to use many quotations in the comparative question?

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