I was wondering whether anyone else was disappointed with theirunit 3 results for AQA LitB (A2 level)? Last year my centre were less than thrilled as a load of the students seemed to do relatively badly in this unit, although their overall marks were bolstered by their coursework. So my SL and I went on feedback courses etc. And I really thought my class at least had it covered - they were clear on what was expected of them. But results last week showed even less A*s than last year, primarily because of a thoroughly underwhelming set of results in the Gothic paper. I honestly don't know what else I could have done, and I can't blame the students either, I had some really clever kids only get an A overall with the Gothic paper averaging a C amongst them (again, coursework bolstering the mark) when I felt their work in mocks and practices was far better than that - sounds like I am ungrateful I know, but compared to other humanities subjects in the school (A*s were in double figures) we fell short. Some browsing of student boards show a swell of discontent with this paper, though I guess that might not be a genuine reflection of how people have done. I don't fully trust AQA, we've had some major re-marks in the past, but will take it on the chin if we're the only ones with this problem.