Be able to write out from memory the sequence of all the events in the play.
If you learn a simple Irish translation of each poem, you can answer any question. The trick to doing well here is having a clear idea of what happens in each and every story. Because this is such a long question it can be difficult finding enough to write, but you can use quotes to solve that problem and to give your answer direction. I learned 30 brief quotations from the play for my Leaving Cert.
How Leaving Cert exam is failing our students Independent.
Notice any similarities? Look closely at that paragraph and the question.
These were all successful methods. Try to view this method as less stressful than studying, as all you have to do is listen and write. Scraping a pass in an honours paper would have secured her 45 points. All fifth-year students should strongly consider booking a course this summer too.
It pays to cheat?
Notice any similarities? Unlike with the poetry you will not have the text in front of you on the day this means, however, that the range of questions asked on each story is limited. Try to view this method as less stressful than studying, as all you have to do is listen and write.
He made Dougal from Father Ted seem like a whizz-kid and was as prepared as the group of Kerry men who once claimed that they were going to fly to the sun at night because it would be cooler. There might be a noun or verb there that also features in the paragraph, which might signal that the answer is there. The maths exam followed with theories and formulas in tow and one glasses-wearing student had noticed that the case he kept his specs in had not been searched in any of his previous exams. You just need to learn set openings and conclusions for the debate.
My friend need not have cheated if he had got up off of his arse and studied like the rest of us. It is even more effective if you focus on running mock oral tests rather than just speaking Irish. He came home and labelled each pen in a numeric sequence and proceeded to scrawl part of an essay about Irish poet Michael Longley on the flat sides of each one "because the Irish lads always come up. Many schools run Easter courses which prepare students directly for their oral exams. You just need to learn set openings and conclusions for the debate.
Plan your prose answers in English. More so than with any other question you should review past prose papers.
The pain of Longley's poetic commentary on the Troubles was obviously lost on him.