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Asked by Amy

How do you get the best grade possible in gsce drama?

Hi Amy! I would love to help here are some of my top tips: 1. Revise over your concepts!!! This is going to set you up for an amazing grade. For example your voice and movement concepts along with your technical theatre concepts is what is going to make you really stand out in your exam. You can see all of the concepts you should know using this link: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/drama/... more

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Asked by Lauren

What happens at the end on gnome and Joliet

I’m pretty sure gnomeo and Juliet both die :)

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Asked by Truptimayee

How LANGUAGE as a power is important in chapter 6 of animal farm

One of Orwell’s central concerns, both in Animal Farm and in 1984, is the way in which language can be manipulated as an instrument of control. In Animal Farm, the pigs gradually twist and distort a rhetoric of socialist revolution to justify their behaviour and to keep the other animals in the dark. The animals heartily embrace Major’s visionary ideal of socialism, but after Major dies, the pigs... more

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Asked by Emily

What symbolises repetition as I am doing an art thing and it needs to be something that keeps repeating itself

it’s the symbol of the infinite which is like an 8 but laying horizontally, that is ∞

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Asked by Emma

Please I want to know the gaseous composition of inhale and exhale air

You inhale about 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen and the other 1% is made up of many gases like carbon dioxide, argon, neon, helium and hydrogen. You exhale about 5% carbon dioxide, 16% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and the other 1% is again many small amounts of different gases.

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Asked by Mi

What do i need to get to do dance a level

Hi Mi, thanks for your question. Do you know where you would like to pursue the dance A-level? For instance, do you know which college or academy you’d like to get your Dance A-level from? If so, it would be a good idea to contact them and ask if they have any specific requirements. Usually, you would need around a 4 in Dance GCSE or a certain grade in a type of dance such as Ballet but this varie... more

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Asked by Ilayda

Hi OK I am in year 9 and I'm 13 years old I've started my GCSEs and I'm struggling a bit with my key pieces I got a 16 out of 34 so will u help me get a higher mart the next key piece is in 1 week

Hi Ilayda, Please feel free to message me about help with your GCSE Art and key pieces. I have previously tutored students in Art, helping with GCSE and putting together Art portfolios. I previously studied GCSE Art and IB HL Art (equivalent of A Level), achieving top grades. I can definitely give you advice on how to improve your final pieces and develop your sketch book to increase your mark. I... more

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Asked by Courtney

What looks good (apart from grades) on a uni application for theatre school? Thanks

Hello, alongside your grades you need to show that you have a clear interest in theatre. Include all relevant work experience, your plans for the future and any extra curricular activities you do that are related to theatre. It might be useful to read some articles, magazines, watch videos related to theatre that you can also discuss in your application. Your genuine interest in theatre (and maybe... more

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