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Leaving Cert English; Paper One
Transcript of Leaving Cert English; Paper One
so it is marked P C L M 15 15 15 5 50 + So if you see this on your homework and
hopefully you do :/ well it's not just a random crazy code So if I were to reccomend timing for each question, which I am.... Scanning through paper - 10 minutes Question A - 40 minutes Question B - 45 minutes COmposition - 1 hr 10 minutes Checking over everything - 10 minutes Timing 2 hr 50 min So how on earth do I prepare for such a crazy random exam? Read, read, read, everything and anything, just read! Think about what you read in 3 ways. You can't expect to walk into the exam and will yourself to be an intelligent reader, you need practice. But don't worry, everything counts: magazines, blogs, newspapers, novels, short stories, poems, even reading song lyrics AND it's never too late. What does this
text mean to you? How does this text
relate to other texts? How does this text
relate to the world? Half of marks for
better prepare so... Keep a journal where you write about what you read and hear in the 3 ways outlined in previous section then that's two birds hit with the same stone. Excuse the metaphor. Other ways are for e.g. keeping a diary. What have you got to lose (except maybe all your secrets like Anne Frank ..... E.g. How to Prepere By Jennifer Whelan Leaving Certificate English Avoid this Good Luck :)