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    Hi! I'm about to resit my AS french exam next week but whats bringing my mark down is the open questions part of the paper. Does anyone have any tips or methods that might help me?
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    (Original post by Flowerchild_123)
    Hi! I'm about to resit my AS french exam next week but whats bringing my mark down is the open questions part of the paper. Does anyone have any tips or methods that might help me?
    keep it simple, theres no point trying to complexify your arguments because its likely that you'll make mistakes
    before the exam plan some points that you could fit into your essays
    choose the essay question that you feel that you could write the most about
    short intro + 2 pee paragraphs + short conclusion
    always give an example when youre making points
    and learn some connectives to use

    good luck, im also sitting this exam next week
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    (Original post by yasmin#2)
    keep it simple, theres no point trying to complexify your arguments because its likely that you'll make mistakes
    before the exam plan some points that you could fit into your essays
    choose the essay question that you feel that you could write the most about
    short intro + 2 pee paragraphs + short conclusion
    always give an example when youre making points
    and learn some connectives to use

    good luck, im also sitting this exam next week
    How many points should you make?
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    (Original post by Thorned_angel)
    How many points should you make?
    I would say 3 , 2 could be what you think and one could be the other side of the argument or you could do 3 arguing your opinion

    Make sure you dont go over the word limit, and u answer the question directly rather than just regurgitating irrelevant things youve prepared
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    (Original post by yasmin#2)
    I would say 3 , 2 could be what you think and one could be the other side of the argument or you could do 3 arguing your opinion

    Make sure you dont go over the word limit, and u answer the question directly rather than just regurgitating irrelevant things youve prepared
    Thanks My teacher wouldn't give me a straight answer :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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