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    I was just wondering, if I write one paragraph on structure, one paragraph on language and one on form, can I achieve a level 6? I'm only asking because most of my friends have told me that if I can only write 3 points instead of 4, due to my slow writing speed, then I should do one on structure and two on language. Can someone help?
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    3 or 4 of these.

    Peter's paragraph-
    -Point (Introduce paragraph)
    -Evidence (Quote or paraphrase)
    -Technique (Subject specific vocabulary)
    -Explain (In depth analysis)
    -Reader (Effect on the reader)
    -Single-word (Analyse a single word from the evidence)
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    (Original post by GreenSpoon125)
    3 or 4 of these.

    Peter's paragraph-
    -Point (Introduce paragraph)
    -Evidence (Quote or paraphrase)
    -Technique (Subject specific vocabulary)
    -Explain (In depth analysis)
    -Reader (Effect on the reader)
    -Single-word (Analyse a single word from the evidence)
    I would say do 2 paragraphs and include all of these in each paragraph
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    (Original post by Farhana001)
    I would say do 2 paragraphs and include all of these in each paragraph
    Thanks, but I'm just wondering what quantity of each technique to focus on.
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    (Original post by n0t.g00d)
    Thanks, but I'm just wondering what quantity of each technique to focus on.
    Quantity what do you mean ? You write about all of them as into much detail as you can , just make your beginning paragraph (if you do one) short
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    (Original post by Farhana001)
    Quantity what do you mean ? You write about all of them as into much detail as you can , just make your beginning paragraph (if you do one) short
    Writing as much as you can about one quote is a bad idea as it takes your time away to focus on other parts like further points in the extract or in the play.
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    (Original post by gandalfhan)
    Writing as much as you can about one quote is a bad idea as it takes your time away to focus on other parts like further points in the extract or in the play.
    Yeah but you can make one main point and link it to multiple quotes
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    (Original post by Farhana001)
    Yeah but you can make one main point and link it to multiple quotes
    Oh right.
 
 
 
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