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    I asked "How can I re-arrange complete sentences to take into an exam on a planning sheet where you get 40 words" and its under review so I'm going to rephrase that to "Am I allowed to take in complete sentences in no obvious order?"
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    I asked "How can I re-arrange complete sentences to take into an exam on a planning sheet where you get 40 words" and its under review so I'm going to rephrase that to "Am I allowed to take in complete sentences in no obvious order?"
    No.

    Words have to be individual or can be a coupled noun+adjective. Verbs have to be in the infinitive. The planning sheet is to help you remember the sequence in which you are going to write; you are best advised to write down the most descriptive word in each sentence, or a word that you find difficult to remember or spell.

    Two examples here: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...ASPLANFORM.PDF
 
 
 
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