If you give me an answer from one of the questions I can tell you how to improve it and get 6 marks when I'm home from work this evening. All you need to remember is point, evidence, explain. For a 6 mark question I would usually provide two case studies (the evidence) along with my point and explanation to get full marks
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Last edited by RobertWhite; 09-08-2012 at 12:46.
Read the mark schemes as they should help. Also be precise with your answers, long answers for these aren't needed get straight to the point and make sure you read the question carefully.
I'm not going to the repeat the stuff about P.E.E. although for case studies it can be in the P.E.E. and you do only need one example per point, 2 case studies won't get you any more marks, I see hundreds of people who do that as they think they get extra marks for providing 2 examples it doesn't and gets annoying after a while, only time I would do t2 is if the 2nd can be linked to another point, waffle gets you no extra marks.
What I mean by 2nd can be linked to another point, is something where you have a point, you explain that point and you then give your two examples, then say the 2nd example links to another point and explain that point, and put in another example (as some examiners don't necessarily like it, but it's perfectly fine)
Last edited by clareramos; 11-08-2012 at 20:01.