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I create revision resources aimed at A Level (and GCSE) students focusing on English Literature (AQA), Geography (Edexcel), Sociology and 1st year university Law students.

I create revision resources aimed at A Level (and GCSE) students focusing on English Literature (AQA), Geography (Edexcel), Sociology and 1st year university Law students.
Tess of the d'Urbervilles & Death of a Salesman Revision Booklet-AQA
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Tess of the d'Urbervilles & Death of a Salesman Revision Booklet-AQA

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A complete revision pack for both Tess of the d’Urbervilles and Death of a Salesman for AQA English Literature B A-Level Aspects of Tragedy. Pack includes revision resources aimed at each Assessment Objective of the specification: AO1: Concepts and terminology AO2: Analysed quotes AO3: Context AO4: Interpretations and critics AO5: Different audience/readers views
William Blake Revision Blooklet - AQA
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William Blake Revision Blooklet - AQA

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A completed revision booklet for William Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience’. Specification: AQA English Literature B A - Level Social and Political Protest paper. Includes revision focused on each Assessment Objective of the specification: AO1: Concepts and terminology AO2: Analysed quotes AO3: Context AO4: Interpretations and critics AO5: Audience reactions
The Kite Runner Revision Booklet - AQA
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The Kite Runner Revision Booklet - AQA

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A completed revision booklet for The Kite Runner. Specification: AQA English Literature B A - Level Social and Political Protest paper. Includes revision focused on each Assessment Objective of the specification: AO1: Concepts and terminology AO2: Analysed quotes AO3: Context AO4: Interpretations and critics AO5: Audience reactions
Othello Revision Booklet - AQA
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Othello Revision Booklet - AQA

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A completed Othello revision booklet for AQA English Literature B A - Level Aspect of Tragedy paper. Includes revision focused on each Assessment Objective of the specification: AO1: Concepts and terminology AO2: Analysed quotes AO3: Context AO4: Interpretations and critics AO5: Audience reactions
The Handmaid's Tale Revision Booklet-AQA
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The Handmaid's Tale Revision Booklet-AQA

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A completed Social and Political Protest revision booklet for The Handmaid’s Tale. Specification: AQA English Literature B A - Level Social Protest Paper Includes revision focused on each Assessment Objective of the specification: AO1: Concepts and terminology AO2: Analysed quotes AO3: Context AO4: Interpretations and critics AO5: Audience reactions
A Level Edexcel Geography Coursework
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A Level Edexcel Geography Coursework

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The Essay This resource contains the entire essay, data presentation and methods table required for the A Level Edexcel Geography coursework. This coursework piece was awarded a final grade of an A. The title of this essay is ‘How does the risk of coastal erosion vary along the North Beach in Tenby?’. The essay contains 4 sub-sections to structure the report. Sub-questions: What is the background on Tenby’s geology? What factors influence erosion rates? Compare data results along the North beach? Has coastal management affected erosion rates along North beach? The Data Collection This resource contains data presentation for the coursework piece. The types of data collected are from along a coastline (Tenby, Wales). The data is presented in a variety of forms, including radar graphs, maps, line graphs and charts. Types of data collected include techniques: Bi-polar CISA Cliff profile Field sketches Chi squared photographs Methods This resource contains the methods document for the coursework. Included in the methods table is: Primary or secondary data Location, timing, sample size Why was this data required? How was this data collected? Why was data collected in this way? Weaknesses with this data collection method What risks were present and how were they reduced?
English Personal Statement
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English Personal Statement

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For students applying via UCAS for an English course, this personal statement can act as a guide. Please do not copy and paste any part of it as you will be caught for plagarism. This resource is only to be used as an example to show what a good personal statement should contain. This personal statement was used in 2018 to apply for English at: University of Birmingham = AAB offered King’s College London = AAA offered Queen Mary’s London = BBB offered (unconditional offer) Queen’s University Belfast = AAB offered Warwick University = AAA offered
Global Hazards - Revision Notes
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Global Hazards - Revision Notes

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Overview These notes can be used for A Level Geography revision. They focus on the physical perspectives of global hazards and contain relevant theory, statistics, graphs and case studies. Key topics covered Plate tectonics Tectonic Hazards Earthquakes Volcanoes Tsunamis Landslides Meteorological Hazards -Climate change - Flooding Floodplains Key Case Studies
A Level English Lit Prose Coursework
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A Level English Lit Prose Coursework

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This document contains a completed coursework essay which counts for 10% of the final grade in English Literature. This essay was submitted in 2018 as part of a student’s coursework and was graded an A*. This essay is not to be copied due to plagarism, however can serve as a sufficient guide to students taking a feminist approach to their coursework. The question this essay answers is: “Feminists believe in nineteenth century fiction, very few women work for a living, unless they are driven to it by dire necessity. Instead, the focus of interest is on the heroine’s choice of marriage partner, which will decide her ultimate social position and exclusively determine her happiness and fulfilment in life, or her lack of these.” In the light of your reading from the critical anthology, how does Thomas Hardy’s novel support this view?
A Level English Lit Poetry Coursework
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A Level English Lit Poetry Coursework

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This document contains a completed coursework essay which counts for 10% of the final grade in English Literature. This essay was submitted in 2018 as part of a student’s coursework and was graded an A*. This essay is not to be copied due to plagarism, however can serve as a sufficient guide to students taking an eco-critical approach to their coursework. The question this essay answers is: 'Eco-critics believe we ignore the connection between human culture and the non-human world at our peril’ In the light of your reading from the critical anthology, how does U.A.Fanthorpe’s poetry support this view?
Actus Reus - Omissions & Causation
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Actus Reus - Omissions & Causation

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This is the third section published under the Criminal Law module. This document includes: Omissions definition Key case studies - Speck & Miller Categories of offences English law and omissions Key elements of omissions liability Causation
Introduction to Criminal Law
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Introduction to Criminal Law

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This resource provides a module overview and an introduction to Criminal Law. It includes key vocabulary terms and key questions for students to think about.
Actus Reus - a guilty act
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Actus Reus - a guilty act

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This is the second resource after an Introduction to Criminal Law. This document covers: The definition of a crime under criminal law Key elements of actus reus: The functions of criminal law Justification of criminalisation – the Harm Principle and Moral Wrongs The Hart-Devlin debate Key principles of substantive criminal law Offence & Defence: the general structure Criminal Cases: process & procedure