Does anyone else find WJEC questions hard to make sense of?Watch
I have a fair understanding of the subject and books in front of me to help but some questions just seem very ambiguous..
Even the ones where they've provided a bit of information and a graph, I've guessed that the answer comes from what they've given but I can't seem to grasp it.
It kinda feels like I'm reading 'John has sixteen apples. He eats four. Now calculate the circumference of the sun.'
I did my science GCSEs on the AQA exam board and don't remember having any problems like this!
Anyone else? Or is that just me?
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