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How to answer An inspector calls exam questions (Edexcel)?

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    Could somebody please explain what i'm suppoesed to include in my answers and how to structure them? Its a closed book exam.
    I always get less than half the marks - which is really bad.
    Please could someone tell me what i'm suppoesed to include in my anwsers + what i should avoid should avoid including (e.g. context) - for questions specifically based on characters.
    E.G. How does Priestley present the character of Mrs Birling?

    -Give quotes to back up your answers.
    -Don't talk about non-related topics when the question ask about something different.
    -Give lots of details and developments about the character/topic the question asks about.
    -Focus on answering the question then after, if you have time, give extra details that the question vaguely talks about.
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