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I offer revision resources and exam tips for A Level Sociology, English Literature and Business Studies.
Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research.  (20m)
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Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research. (20m)

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Examine the problems some Sociologists may find when using secondary data in their research. (20 Marks) This is a top band essay response to the problems with secondary data usage in sociological research. The exact raw mark out of 20 is unknown, as it was grade marked with an A according to the A Level Sociology mark scheme. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE, as copied material can be tracked down and you can be penalised. This resource is solely for guidance and the structure of a good essay response to such a question. You may take A01 knowledge and A03 evaluation from this resource, but do not copy and paste. If you found this useful, please comment and rate!
Act 5, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 5, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 5, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 5, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 5, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 5, SCENE 1 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 4, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 4, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 4, SCENE 3 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 4, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 4, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 4, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 4, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 4, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 4, SCENE 1 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 3, Scene 4 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 3, Scene 4 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 3, SCENE 4 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 3, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 3, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 3, SCENE 3 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 3, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 3, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 3, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 3, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 3, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 3, SCENE 1 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 2, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 2, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 2, SCENE 3 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 2, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 2, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 2, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 2, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 2, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 2, SCENE 1 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 1, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 1, Scene 3 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 1, SCENE 3 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 1, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 1, Scene 2 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 1, SCENE 2 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Act 1, Scene 1 -  Othello by William Shakespeare
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Act 1, Scene 1 - Othello by William Shakespeare

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ACT 1, SCENE 1 Printable script of Othello by William Shakespeare. (Act1 until Act 5) A great way to revise for Othello, is to remove notes from proximity and print a blank script of Othello to annotate on from memory and extrapolate personal interpretation, which helps to regurgitate whatever you can remember and further expand if necessary. This is extremely helpful when finally in exam conditions, as it replicates the lack of help or assistance. Of course; the script is widely accessible on the Internet, however this resource is structured in the format to be annotated once printed and will save you time. Typed up on Microsoft Word. I would recommend this resource to A Level English Literature students who are only given an extract to annotate in a 5-10 minute time span, and then write an hour long essay on, in the exam. This is extremely helpful preparation. If useful, do comment and rate.
Romantic period - Handout
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Romantic period - Handout

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A comprehensive handout of the Romantic period in history. This can be used in Conjunctions with GCSE and A Level (A03) and even university level English Literature. It detail aspects of society during this period, such as: Writers Texts Social class Home life Religion Literary style and methodological techniques