A* Phrases for GCSE Science Case Study?

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I'm currently doing my GCSE science case study (OCR) on 'Are swimming pools without chlorine better for public health?'. It would be really helpful if anyone who achieved an A* in their case study shared any tips or phrases they may have - as the success criteria given is quite unclear.
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I think the main way to achieve highly would be to make sure you use scientific vocab currectly. Such as variables, investigation, conclusion, prediction, hypothesis, valid, reliable, correlation, accurate, evidence e.t.c.

Then structure your work in a logical scientific way with words and connectives such as firstly, in addition to this, furthermore, because, finally, on the otherhand, moreover, results show e.t.c.

I would make sure you use some data and explain why it is useful/important and how it backs up the hypothesis. Also why it is/isn't a reliable source e.t.c.
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