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    I need help on how to structure a d style question, I know that you usually have 3 points for and against but I do not understand how you're supposed to comment on the weaknesses and strengths in each argument and sum it up at the end?


    The question I'm particularly stuck on is: (d) "All Jewish people should go to the synagogue" Discuss the statement showing that you have considered more than one point of view. (You must refer to religion and belief in your answer) (15)

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    (Original post by cinnamon54321)
    I need help on how to structure a d style question, I know that you usually have 3 points for and against but I do not understand how you're supposed to comment on the weaknesses and strengths in each argument and sum it up at the end?


    The question I'm particularly stuck on is: (d) "All Jewish people should go to the synagogue" Discuss the statement showing that you have considered more than one point of view. (You must refer to religion and belief in your answer) (15)

    Thankyou
    Is this with Edexcel?
 
 
 

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