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    I am teaching myself and was wondering how you structure answers to questions?
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    Incorporate bits of the question in your answer and link every point you make back to the question/scenario.
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    There's different structure for every command word. Do you have an example question?

    I answered this briefly on iTeachPsych.tumblr.com and there is a student FB group too.
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    Try using chronological order so your answer makes sense and flows smoothly. It will also make it look like you know what you’re talking about.
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    (Original post by mh123445)
    I am teaching myself and was wondering how you structure answers to questions?
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    For psychology essays I use the P.E.E.L Method:
    Point, Example, Explain and Link back.
    It depends on the essay and how many marks it’s worth but I usually do atleast 3 to 4 paragraphs of these.
    If you want I could go into more detail regarding how to structure different essays according to the marks available and different questions such AO1, AO2 and AO3 🎀
 
 
 
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