Paradoxes Anomalies and Inconsistencies in 1984 (1 Viewer)

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Hi everyone, would NESA or any trial papers ever ask a question relating to all 3 of these or one specifically as the Common Mod essay. If so, what is the best course of action to prepare for a question like this? I have a few quotes addressing these points so I'm not completely lost in this respect, but how many examples should I collate to prepare for such an occasion.
 

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Hi everyone, would NESA or any trial papers ever ask a question relating to all 3 of these or one specifically as the Common Mod essay. If so, what is the best course of action to prepare for a question like this? I have a few quotes addressing these points so I'm not completely lost in this respect, but how many examples should I collate to prepare for such an occasion.
Well considering you need 2/3 quotes per paragraph that’s probably good enough. Part of the whole thing with the quotes though is adjusting to the question, meaning that your quotes may not have much to do with the syllabus dotpoints but you may still be able to engage with the question (even if you’re making up bs - it’s worked for me 🤫). However I’d still prepare at least 6-8 quotes which you can relate to the paradoxes, anomalies, inconsistencies... if you want to reduce time some quotes may overlap all three of those. I wouldn’t see them putting all those 3 in one essay question though
 

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Hi everyone, would NESA or any trial papers ever ask a question relating to all 3 of these or one specifically as the Common Mod essay. If so, what is the best course of action to prepare for a question like this? I have a few quotes addressing these points so I'm not completely lost in this respect, but how many examples should I collate to prepare for such an occasion.
memorise the book and search for quotes during the exam.
 

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Well considering you need 2/3 quotes per paragraph that’s probably good enough. Part of the whole thing with the quotes though is adjusting to the question, meaning that your quotes may not have much to do with the syllabus dotpoints but you may still be able to engage with the question (even if you’re making up bs - it’s worked for me 🤫). However I’d still prepare at least 6-8 quotes which you can relate to the paradoxes, anomalies, inconsistencies... if you want to reduce time some quotes may overlap all three of those. I wouldn’t see them putting all those 3 in one essay question though
I've been going on this general path so far so thank you for the confirmation.
 

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Essentially all three of those rubric terms correlate to each other.
You can easily manipulate your Paradox quote for Inconsistencies and vice versa. Just be sure to note the difference between them all and it should be easy.
 

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