The pessimistic optimist.
- Jul 11, 2012
- In my head
- Uni Grad
Yesss mine did. Our perscribed text was Life of Pi. Its all about discoverying and rediscovering.Did anyone's prescribed text really fit the essay question?
Yo we did Frank Hurley as well, I didn't find the question to be too difficult ~ For my pre-made essay, all my discoveries were "New" so I also argued against the question, but they were also "Not joyful" so I agreed with that part xD ~ For my related, the discoveries were "Not new," so again, agreed, but they were very "Joyful" so again, disagreedI argued against the question for the essay. The statement did not fit Frank Hurley or my related text.
Creative has always been my weakest but I thought I did slightly better for this exam over trials.
Should have gone with my gut and used the photos in the short answers as evidence - I was worried I'd lose the marks for using that as evidence and left it out. Wrote a tonne for those short answers so hopefully I am paid some marks.
Going to be an easy 9/9/10 for paper 1, reflecting how I am a pile of trash at english.
what rediscoveries did u talk about in life of pi?Section 1: everything was ok except last q i nearly ran out of time
Section 2: had 30mins to write this and idk if i incorporated the 2 perspectives well enough and i didn't incorporate enough descriptive imagery
Section 3: Best one for me so far, as I did Life of Pi and most of my paragraphs answered the q didn't need to adapt much which i liked
My ideas were the rediscovery of how his open-minded attitude towards religion is crucial to make discoveries that renew an individual's perspective and also the rediscovery of the need to attain his brutal nature (metaphorical through Richard Parker) to survive the endeavours.what rediscoveries did u talk about in life of pi?