Common grammar mistakes that can reduce your GCSE grade

With 5% of marks in English Literature, History, Geography and Religious Studies GCSEs now being allocated for spelling, punctuation and grammar ( SPaG),  improving these skills could mean the difference between a C grade and a D.

With Mr. Gove ( Education Secretary) announcing that the marks allocated in English Language will increase from 12% to 20% by 2015, the importance of SPaG is not going away.

So if your grammar could do with a bit of a brush up, take a look at this ‘common mistakes’ infographic from shortstack.com.

Hopefully it will help alot… I mean a lot.

Catharine

 

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