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    Hallo

    This is on the AQA board.
    This is a v. basic question- in Section B, part B, you're only supposed to write to AO1, AO2 and AO3- so you don't have to put any context in?
    Is that true? Because you'd think that in the 42 marker you'd have to put loads and loads in to support your points and stuff.
    But you do put different interpretations in i.e. I think this, but X thinks this and mine is more realistic because Y and theirs isn't because Z...and evaluative language?
    And Section A, part B is the only question you put context in?

    Hate all this learning to the mark scheme! :rolleyes:

    Thanks to anyone who gets through that muddle and replies
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    My teacher give us an exemplar, from my own school, and the person scored 40/42 on section B.
    Section B= AO1, 2, and 3. No context which is unusual.

    I'll send you the exemplar asap.
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    Oh that would be lovely, thanks very much!
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    You will have to give me your email adress as it won't let me attach it on here (files too big)
 
 
 
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