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about how many evaluation points would you make for a lets say 12/16 marker.
for example, ''outline nd evaluate the cognitive interview as a way of improving the accuracy of EWT''??? thanks
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for a 12 marker you should do make 3 points for 2 marks each, or 2 points for 3 marks (6 marks for description 6 marks for evaluation)
for a 16 marker its 10 marks for evaluation i think, so 4 or 5 evaluation points depending on detail!
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we were told with 16 markers you need 6 AO1 (knowledge) marks and 10 AO3 (eval) marks so that would be 3 really detailed a01 and 5 really detailed ao3. Though it is marked hollistically so you wont necessarily get full marks if you include all that. it has to be relevant, detailed and accurate as well as top answers including at least 1 or 2 issues and debates (nature/nurture, holistic/reductionist, gender bias, culture bias, ethical issues, nomothetic/idiographic, determinism/free will). To remember issues and debates we use GRENADE- Gender bias, Reductionist/holistic, Ethical issues & social sensitivity, Nature/nurture, Approach-idiographic/nomothetic, Determinism/free will, Ethnocentrism (culture bias).

12 markers (year 1/AS) are similar in that you need 4 AO1 marks and 8 AO3 marks aka 2 or 3 detailed knowledge and 4 detailed AO3.
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