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    I've been trying for months and still can't get a full 6/6 on any 6 mark question from the iGCSE economics question papers. Can anyone give me an easy solution to remember how to write these?
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    I've been trying for months and still can't get a full 6/6 on any 6 mark question from the iGCSE economics question papers. Can anyone give me an easy solution to remember how to write these?
    Sorry to see that you have not had a response to this so far.

    My question to you is, what do you need to get a 6/6?

    Is it a case of practicing answering fhese questions and revising your knowledge for every single topic? Or is it a case of requiring extra research? Or a certain way of writing or structuring it?

    Ultimately it comes down to practice but you or your teacher should be in the best place to answer this.
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    I've been trying for months and still can't get a full 6/6 on any 6 mark question from the iGCSE economics question papers. Can anyone give me an easy solution to remember how to write these?
    I have no knowledge of what is required for a six marker but such information should be on the past papers. If not, as Kevin says, your teacher should be fully aware of what is expected for this type of question.
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    It maybe a bit late to answer your question but what I do is this. For example, the question is: Do the advantages of division of labour always outweigh the disadvantages for a firm? Explain your answer.

    To answer this question, the first paragraph would be to give an advantage of division of labour and develop that advantage. Next I would state another advantage.

    The second paragraph would be to mention a disadvantage of division of labour and develop that disadvantage. I would again state another disadvantage.

    My third paragraph would a conclusion/evaluation. Here, I suggest using the phrase "it depends on".

    As an economics student, I can see where you are coming from, but practice makes perfect!
 
 
 
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