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    I've been doing some past papers, and I have found that I'm losing marks where I need to explain things (especially in physics). I seem to have the right idea but the way I convey what I'm thinking isn't the same as what the mark scheme says. Does anyone have any tips for how to explain things (e.g. tables or data etc.) in exams, in the right way so I gain the marks.

    Thank you!

    I was in the exact situation as you and so I learnt that inorder to gain marks use information from the table, that will gain you marks.
    Even if you give a vague amswer but as long as you have used information from the table you will

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