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mrbrownone

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Here's to them not asking a bullshit question for the creative writing :mad1:


19th century ways of thinking ftw p_o
 

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Lol I'm sort of in the same boat, I never expected Ex English to count but I bombed maths so I've been cramming non stop this week for it.
I'm really happy with my purely creative story, but any story involving characters from a set text or to re create a scene from another characters perspective I'm preety screwed on.
I don't think the analytical question should be too hard, theirs only so many ways they can ask you to discuss the constants, differences, other focuses and analyses of the crime ficition genre.
 

em jayne

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man oh man. who else wishes theyd never taken ext eng to the HSC? it was the class that i trudged to. and almost fell asleep in. i dont mind watching or reading cf but i sure as hell never want to analyse it ever again. what a nightmare. on the other hand, for someone that didnt study, didnt even open a book...i think i went great!
 

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