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    I know these types of questions are easy but i just want to double check if i'm right.
    For the Questionnaire questions, where you have to design your own suitable question. Is this correct? "0" then "1-2" "3-4" "4 or more"?

    Nearly there.

    You should write five or more instead of four or more because then you'll have overlapping option boxes.

    Imagine somebody had four of whatever you're asking about, they wouldn't know whether to tick the 3-4 box or the 4 or more box. That's why you need to write five or more so they know to tick the 3-4 box and the data is more consistent.

    And to add onto to what LieutenantJ said, the markscheme will give you full marks as long as you have 3 minimum different choice boxes to tick. I recommend you do 4 different options just to be safe, the mark scheme could change at any time and most real life questionnaires have about 4 different options anyway.
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