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    Hi, I need some help.

    I'm looking at the mark scheme for a B question on Suffrage, and it mentions nothing about cross-referencing, whereas the A question mark scheme does. Does that mean it isn't required, and I won't be marked down for talkin about each seperately in the B question?

    I am also confused by this. From the questions ive seen i have only had 2 sources for question B so if we have to cross refrence surely we will burn out of points in paragraphs quickly. So i guess it is 1 paragraph or 2 on the pros of a source whilst tieing in some minor cons of ur knowledge then vice versa. It should be knowledge lead not source.
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