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Guest Tom Samson

Two long years of our lives have led to what we are about to start tomorrow.

My comrades. To death we march.

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Guest Tom Samson

I know me too!! Ahhh so scared. I hope I can connect with at least one text. There isn't anything worse than hating both texts!

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I'm hoping that the poem they give will be easy to comprehend. I cannot do a prose commentary, out of all the practice paper 1's I've ever done I have never understood the prose. Ever. So I know for a fact that I have to do the poem, and I'm hoping it isn't that difficult.

Good luck to everyone tomorrow! :blowkiss: Let's show the IB examiners what we're made of.

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I know me too!! Ahhh so scared. I hope I can connect with at least one text. There isn't anything worse than hating both texts!

dude, you will be alright. Just think about Math on Thrusday. MUCH WORSE. :)

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I sure hope I understand the passage. I find with paper 1 you either get it or you don't and if you don't get it, you're screwed, especially with the poem. I find that if I don't understand a poem within about 5-10 minutes, I will never get it without prompting. My default for paper 1 is always prose unless the poem jumps out at me right away.

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Best of luck to everyone. I'm not sure if these links will be helpful to anyone, but these are the links that my teacher has provided my class with for some last minute literary review:

https://docs.google....WZiMDdlYw&pli=1

https://docs.google....0NWM4ZjU2NzdmZg

Realize that these are AP English terms, but these are still useful tools in my opinion.

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