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    What is the best way to gain the 2 extra marks for breadth? I know that you can get these marks by including knowledge from outside the specification (e.g. the role of the kidneys), but my teacher tells us to include information from articles (e.g. from New Scientist) instead. Are there any topics from outside the specification that could be used in many different essays?
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    What is the best way to gain the 2 extra marks for breadth? I know that you can get these marks by including knowledge from outside the specification (e.g. the role of the kidneys), but my teacher tells us to include information from articles (e.g. from New Scientist) instead. Are there any topics from outside the specification that could be used in many different essays?
    im not fussed about those 2 marks i need to get the other 23 first (so far i've done all my essays open book and ive scraped 20s - i'm not fussed, but I don't know how i can do it in the exam)
 
 
 
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