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    Evaluate the weakness and strengths of Psychometric testing

    My link back to the question would be "Therefore, making this a strength of psychometric testing" and I know it's not right. I've been told to use the words of the esssay question..
    I feel like that's gcse level and I want to know how to conclude my point in the best way by linking it back to essay question
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    I sounds like you linked back to the essay question.

    In GCSE history I had to follow the PEEL (point, Evidence, Explanation, Link) structure to get the top grades. When I did it, a scentence was sufficient enough to create a good link.
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    (Original post by stoyfan)
    I sounds like you linked back to the essay question.

    In GCSE history I had to follow the PEEL (point, Evidence, Explanation, Link) structure to get the top grades. When I did it, a scentence was sufficient enough to create a good link.
    But don't you think it's not A level standard?
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    But don't you think it's not A level standard?
    That is something to discus with your teacher. Either keep it as it is and see what your teacher has to say or ask him/her via email before you send in your essay.
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    How about something like 'in short, one strength of psychometric testing is...' and then summarise your point in one sentence instead of saying it's just a strength.
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    (Original post by Strawberrry)
    How about something like 'in short, one strength of psychometric testing is...' and then summarise your point in one sentence instead of saying it's just a strength.
    How can I summarise my point?
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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    How can I summarise my point?
    I'd summarise it by stating what the main strength is without including any explanations/research. For example: 'Therefore, one strength of psychometric testing is that it is objective in nature since quantitative data is produced' which would already be mentioned in you paragraph but in more detail.
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    (Original post by Strawberrry)
    I'd summarise it by stating what the main strength is without including any explanations/research. For example: 'Therefore, one strength of psychometric testing is that it is objective in nature since quantitative data is produced' which would already be mentioned in you paragraph but in more detail.
    THank you so much!
 
 
 
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