Some of you are quite experienced on this forum. Your suggestions regarding the mark distribution will be vital.
There's a fab website out there-that I think I've been told off for in the past for mentioning, so I won't!-which breaks down the mark allocation and compares it to the pre 2011 and 2011-14 formats as there have been a few changes. The familiarisation paper suggests the following...
3% literary devices
8% applied reasoning
25% continuous writing
Last year's paper had 40% of the paper made up of spelling/punctuation, but this has all been scrapped. I suppose they'll be looking for those in the continuous writing instead.