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Stella’s Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Richard Gent | Monday September 12, 2016

Categories: Student Room, KS4, Prose, The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Reading, Writing

This is the plan I use for every character question I complete. Firstly, each bullet point is a paragraph. The reason why each paragraph is so clearly divided from the others is to help the examiner recognise all the features you have included. This signposting method will automatically make it easier to get into the higher bands.

How to Plan a Character Essay

This is an example of the exercise I would complete on the morning of the exam. Exam morning quote banks help to refocus your mind from prior exams. I would start this exercise by writing all the quotes I had memorised to test myself then double check using my quote banks. This helps to imbed last minute, forgotten quotes from each act ensures the examiner knows you understand the full text.

Exam Morning Quote Dump

This is a small collection of essays I wrote for J & H across the GCSE course.

Ideas of Secrecy and the Unknown

Mr Hyde as Frightening

Mr Utterson

Suspense


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