Make a short plan before each question, basically bullet points, very short.
Also look or ask your teacher to talk you through the structure again because that's where I used to lose most of my marks from.
It's much more simple to structure it, shorter but elaborate your point in a clearer way. Also, revise your sociologists! Trust me, I have my Alevels in 2 weeks, and REVISE YOUR SOCIOLOGISTS and their concepts, even if you roughly go over them on websites, or through booklets, textbooks, but make sure you mention key concepts and sociologists, also PEEL.
Examples, you can research for every topic contemporary examples that are easier to remember. In education, look on the news, there is a lot of examples there.
But mainly ask someone to help you with strucuture because that's where we all loose our marks..
Point- mainly what the question asked, just briefly mention what the paragraph will be about kind of.
Evidence- a sociologists, key terms/ key concepts and ideas, brings perspectives (functionalists/marxists/feminism/postmodernism/newright...)-mention their name if you remember.
Example-like I said either contemporary examples, statistics, the studies' statistics or findings that can be used as examples, again it depends on what question.
Link- always put something at the end to link it to the question, basically kind of repeating what the paragraph is about and how is it useful/how is it not, basically a statement piece.
That's how I've been trying to do mine, and if you structure your essays in more of a time-efficient manner, like knowing what comes after what you will have more time to finish all your questions and essays and hopefully improve your grades.
Hope it helped.