The Use Of CORMS
I have been taught this in school. But I have a question.
We use CORMS to help us design a experiment and help to analyse experiments.
But can we USE CORMS in writing how to perform an experiment. OR should we definitely write in prose?
Like can we write...
C- blah blah balh
O- blah blah blah
R- blah blah blah
M- blah blah blah
S-blah blah blah and blah
And hope to get full marks? Or should we waste time and struggle writing it in prose (cutting and chopping)???
Oh that was what I was waiting for so long. Thank you!!!! aT LAST SOMEONE REPLIED. that's USEFUL. i WILL USE IT IN MY EXAMS...thanks!!!!!!
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