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    Does anyone know what you need to do on a 15 mark question to get 15marks without writing loads???
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    > short intro, definition or brief introduction of points.

    > main body depends on the question but generally you'd get top marks for discussion and evaluation, putting in your own opinions, how you think it's going to be like in the future, which one is the most efficient/significant, why things went wrong etc...
    * Don't forget your specifics and link your point back to the question.

    > conclusion can just be brief or you can add discussion on the overall question and some up your points.
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    [QUOTE=student2678;63045617]Does anyone know what you need to do on a 15 mark question to get 15marks without writing loads???[/Q


    Hi... I guess you can try writing a summary but include a few examples in each point so as to get marks
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    Read examiner reports especially if youre doing edexcel. The examiner reports have great examples of answers by candiates
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    (Original post by kevvvvvv)
    Read examiner reports especially if youre doing edexcel. The examiner reports have great examples of answers by candiates
    I do AQA, but I will definitely have a look at examiners reports- thank you!!
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    > short intro, definition or brief introduction of points.

    > main body depends on the question but generally you'd get top marks for discussion and evaluation, putting in your own opinions, how you think it's going to be like in the future, which one is the most efficient/significant, why things went wrong etc...
    * Don't forget your specifics and link your point back to the question.

    > conclusion can just be brief or you can add discussion on the overall question and some up your points.
    Thanks- I think my problem may be writing too long an introduction and conclusion
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    (Original post by student2678)
    Thanks- I think my problem may be writing too long an introduction and conclusion
    I'm like that too sometimes :rofl:. But I've found that you only need a sentence or two for the intro.
 
 
 
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