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I have trouble answering the questions. I know all the information but for some reason I still can't get more than 2/3 marks in every question.
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Hello!

Are there any particular questions you're struggling answering?
One thing I was always told to remember was the PEEL structure - Point, Explain, Evidence and Link back to the question asked of you. Make your point, explain it, give your evidence for your point and link was a great way to add structure to your answers, which could be perhaps what you're being marked down on if you know all the information?

Hope this helps just a little bit
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(Original post by georgia bee)
Hello!

Are there any particular questions you're struggling answering?
One thing I was always told to remember was the PEEL structure - Point, Explain, Evidence and Link back to the question asked of you. Make your point, explain it, give your evidence for your point and link was a great way to add structure to your answers, which could be perhaps what you're being marked down on if you know all the information?

Hope this helps just a little bit
I get told to use a particular method to answer the questions but i still miss things out.
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