Ehhh it was okay. mod A and C were fine, but i only wrote 5 pages for mod B :/
I ended up just memorising quotes and techniques so i'm not sure how good my on the spot analysis was
Have to memorise my EX1 creative and essay now, also in one night. sigh.
Also, do you reckon i should solidly memorise 1 piece, and then memorise the next? Or alternate, so 1 para from essay, then 1 para from creative etc.
Just worried i'll somehow forget the first piece after i finish memorising the 2nd, but if i memorise then interchangeably, i might get confused? welp
Five pages is good! (at least that's what my teacher told me) Also pages aren't really a good indication of actual length because of different sized handwriting. (you may have written small, and only got 5 pages, but have had the same amount of words as someone who wrote big and got 10 pages, etc)
Yeah I'm probably just gonna end up memorising quotes and techniques for Module B and C.
Don't worry, for midterms, I left memorising my Extension 1 creative and essay like a day before the exam. However, I didn't even get much done because procrastination crept up on me at home, so I remember trying to memorise the essay in the school library an hour before the exam xD (by this stage, it was too late to memorise both essay + creative). I kept getting distracted by friends though lol, so I only had the introduction down-pat and vague bits of my body paragraphs. In the exam, I improvised a creative and wrote the essay introduction perfectly, but had to go off a ~vague~ general idea of my arguments for the rest of the essay. I ended up getting 23/25 for both the creative and essay, which surprised me a lot.
I'm alternating because if I get stuck on one piece of writing for too long, I get bored and start procrastinating. So idk, maybe try alternating? I find it's also better for compartmentalising your perceptions of each essay so you don't get confused. Everyone's different, though, so if you find that memorising each whole piece first, then do that.