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Writing a-level law CIE essays, are bullet points allowed?

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    This is regarding CIE paper 1 for a-level Law

    When I time my essays, I have a hard time fitting in all the information I want to put in within 30 minutes per essay (if this is the wrong way, please tell me)

    Am I allowed to use bullet points in my essays? :/ this would really help me fit in more information

    my exam is in a few days, I don't go to school because I have self-studied it and sitting as a private candidate.

    Any other useful tips for essays will be welcomed I'd really like to get an A, but worried to leave out information in my essays

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    Just quoting in Puddles the Monkey so she can move the thread if needed
    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)

    You should use bullet points to tack on information at the end if you run out of time.

    I wouldn't count on getting an A for it though.
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