Can you get away with making 2 points and counterpoints with mini conclusions and intro/conclusion and still get high marks in a 30 marker? Most people say they do 3 points and counterpoints but in my opinion that's way too much writing which i simply don't have time for in the exam.
What do you mean by having mini conclusions and a conclusion? It honestly depends on how developed each argument and counter argument is, but it is very common to be advised to make 3 or more arguments/counter arguments
“Mini conclusions” are like, once ive made a point and a counter, i’ll evaluate which is stronger and explain why shortly. Maybe my points are too lengthy, because i dont have enough time to write 6 paragraphs and then an intro and conclusion too.