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    I am in the first year doing 9-1s so everything is a bit new, however in English I am working at a 4 (c) and am targeted an 8 (high A).
    I am just looking for general advice as I don't seem to have improved for a while and cant seem to nail structuring of my paragraphs.
    Any Help would be appreciated
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    I am in the first year doing 9-1s so everything is a bit new, however in English I am working at a 4 (c) and am targeted an 8 (high A).
    I am just looking for general advice as I don't seem to have improved for a while and cant seem to nail structuring of my paragraphs.
    Any Help would be appreciated
    Try the PEEL structure:

    Make your Point (introduce what you want to talk about with a statement)
    Give Evidence to support your point (quotes, examples etc)
    Explain your point and what the evidence shows about the point
    Finally, Link back to the question (make sure you're answering the question, keep it relevant)
 
 
 
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