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How do I make my work more concise so I may improve my grades?
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Just pay attention to the details they look for in mark schemes, and they language they want u to use
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(Original post by hen.lawry)
How do I make my work more concise so I may improve my grades?
Well, your work doesn't NEED to be concise, concise meaning short and packed with info. You want your work to be packed with info but the length doesn't matter so much unless you need to write something in a super short time period.

The main way to improve your grades would be to revise, go over the course more and that way your answers will be more informative.

If you really want "concise" working I'd try revise by summarising, so open a book, read a paragraph and summarise it giving the key points with as little filler as possible. Not only is this fast, but it's engaging and good practice for concise working.
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Thank you!! This is very helpful.
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