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Of Mice and Men: York Notes for GCSE 2010

Of Mice and Men: York Notes for GCSE 2010 | Paperback

Released on 02 July 2010

Author: Martin Stephen | Format: Paperback

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NEW FOR 2011 For the UK's bestselling guide to Of Mice & Men, and everything you need to know to get the grade you want - turn to York Notes. Now in full colour, updated for the new GCSE and available in a new, student-friendly size, York Notes for GCSE is now easier to use and easier to read, so it's easier than ever to get top marks. Written by examiners and teachers to give you an expert understanding of the text, York Notes has the most in-depth coverage and analysis of everything from themes and contexts to characters, plots and language. You'll get the low-down on everything you'll need to demonstrate how well you understand the text and write the best essays. There are sample answers, essay plans and specialist guidance on understanding the questions you'll be asked in an exam, together with an array of handy quotes, checklists, study tips, grade boosters and revision activities to help you learn, revise efficiently and remember everything you'll need to write the very best answers. It's the ultimate guide to revision and exam success. For over 25 years, York Notes has been helping students just like you achieve the very best grade they can in their exam.So if you're looking for straightforward, easy-to-use advice on how to boost your grades to the next level, York Notes for GCSE is the only guide you're going to need.