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When answering section A questions on the G543 paper, do we really need to write exactly word for word the aims, methods findings... everything thats on the OCR book. That is a lot to memorise, what MUST we need to write when describing the study (basically do we really need to write the entire findings or could it be be 2-3 to get full marks). Same goes for the Health and Clinical questions, do we need to write the theory, or the study or both in detail because we only have 10 minutes to answer this and then 20 on section B.
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When answering section A questions on the G543 paper, do we really need to write exactly word for word the aims, methods findings... everything thats on the OCR book. That is a lot to memorise, what MUST we need to write when describing the study (basically do we really need to write the entire findings or could it be be 2-3 to get full marks). Same goes for the Health and Clinical questions, do we need to write the theory, or the study or both in detail because we only have 10 minutes to answer this and then 20 on section B.
I've been learning to do that yeah, and it is a killer isn't it! The way i'm going to learn it is to make my point clearly, and try not to write SO much as in say we did in core studies. So for example, instead of all the findings, i'll write one that acts as a summary.

I think we're all unsure of how to answer them and with the sheer amount of studies it is pretty worrying. OCR do say though in the mark schemes that markers are aware of time constraints and the level of detail that is expected from 17-18 year olds.
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