1. In the exam, read all the instructions carefully and answer all the questions.
2. Be careful with your timing. The time spent on a question should be determined by the number of marks allocated to it.
3. Learn all your question vocabulary. Note that the same words will be used in all sections of the exam
4. Check which verbs you use most often and perfect them. Make sure you can recognise the irregular verbs from the regular verbs.
5. For the Assessment task, pick a topic that you have covered in class, you find interesting and is easy to write about.
The study guide on p. 217 is designed to help you keep track of your preparation for your final examination and your classroom-based assessments.
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