CORMS in AQA GCSE biology

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Hi! I have a quick question about answering questions about required practicals (likely 6-markers) in AQA GCSE biology. I understand that other courses (mainly edexcel IGCSE) use the 'CORMS' method to describe experiments, as this usually encompasses all the points required within the mark scheme for their exam board, however I'm not too sure if I'm able to apply the same structure to a 6-marker on an AQA GCSE biology test and get full marks on it?

For anybody that's curious, CORMS stands for:
C - control variables (IV)
O - organism
R - repeat/reliable
M - measure
S - same (CV)
I'd obviously expand a lot more on each of these points.

Any help would be much appreciated!! Thank you so much
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everything is fine! a little tip when writing the actual answer, write in a way that makes logical sense, so if someone was to do the experiment step by step according to your guide they'd produce the right products yk?
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