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    If you did well on bullet points 1 and 2, but messed up bullet point 3, could you still score a high mark?
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    No. The points have to be answered equally, the highest mark you could probably get if you developed points in bullet points 1 and 2 is 7 or 8 out of 15 for content. That is unfortunate, however I assume you did better on the other sections as Bullet point 3 is time consuming.

    PS: Remember bullet 3 is mostly implicit points, reading in between the lines
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    (Original post by JustAnotherDude)
    No. The points have to be answered equally, the highest mark you could probably get if you developed points in bullet points 1 and 2 is 7 or 8 out of 15 for content. That is unfortunate, however I assume you did better on the other sections as Bullet point 3 is time consuming.

    PS: Remember bullet 3 is mostly implicit points, reading in between the lines
    So what if I did like 8 points for Q1, 7 points for Q2, and 4 correct points for Q3?
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    You still get points you just lose out in the writing mark so you'll probably get like 3/5 for that bit bit it doesn't affect the reading mark /15
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    https://www.change.org/p/cambridge-i...-0500-and-0522
 
 
 
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