In GCSE's what kind of questions would you be asked about in Of Mice and Men?

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Of course the GCSE system is the exam system for Britain and so is different from any exam system of the USA. Typically depending on what level of GCSE you are taking, you will find that there are two kinds of questions to respond to based on this novel. The first will be a question that refers you to a specific passage and then asks you to write an essay on that passage. The second will be a more general question referring to the novel as a whole. In your revision you need to be ready to answer both of these questions.

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Hi, I'm in year 11 at School and I've just had to do one of my GCSE exams on "Of Mice and Men".
For e.g. you'll get asked Questions like; "Crook was a proud aloof man. He kept his distance and demanded other people kept theirs". This is how Crooks is described at the start of chapter four. What does the reader learn about him by the end of the chapter.

I found if you just keep reading through the novel/book over, and over again, as many times as you can, then in the end it will stick in your mind and it will really help you towards your GCSEs.

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