This is regarding CIE paper 1 for a-level Law
When I time my essays, I have a hard time fitting in all the information I want to put in within 30 minutes per essay (if this is the wrong way, please tell me)
Am I allowed to use bullet points in my essays? :/ this would really help me fit in more information
my exam is in a few days, I don't go to school because I have self-studied it and sitting as a private candidate.
Any other useful tips for essays will be welcomed I'd really like to get an A, but worried to leave out information in my essays
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Writing a-level law CIE essays, are bullet points allowed? watch
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Last edited by emmajosephine96; 16-05-2016 at 20:31.
- 16-05-2016 20:25
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- 18-05-2016 22:03
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- 18-05-2016 23:27
You should use bullet points to tack on information at the end if you run out of time.
I wouldn't count on getting an A for it though.