One of the main exam strategies available to the struggling pupil is to pepper an essay with long words, giving complex names to simple ideas. Are you proposing to consider both sides of an argument, or are you viewing the problem through the lens of Hegelian dialecticism? You might be struggling with your English exam – but will your teacher really know whether you understand your own casual deconstructive observation that "il n'y a pas de hors-texte"? Probably not. And if I were fortunate enough to be sitting my own GCSEs again, I would probably see whether I could throw in a few references to “Unitranches”
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