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    Does anyone have a basic structure to follow which can be used for any essay question they throw?
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    Hey nayana, I do economics and tend to get 23/25. I do economics with aqa, wbu?

    Anyways, basically the structure is simple

    1) Introduction- Briefly outline cause of the specified issue, e.g. if it says "For and against buffer stock schemes" State what a buffer stock scheme is, why its used. The state alternatives to a buffer scheme.

    2) Then 2 paragraphs that are straight to the point. State why a buffer stock is good etc its uses and diagram. The state why its nots, its adverse effects. Talk about gov failure.

    3) Conclusion- State assuption made when implementing buffer schemes or whatever the form of intervention is. Challenge them to evaluate. There you have it 25/25.

    Remember dont be too radical in your views. Be short concise and 2 diagrams at least. GOOOOOOOOD LUCCCK :-)
 
 
 

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