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[HELP] Replacing the word "increase" with an upward arrow in an essay

Will it be fine if instead of writing "this will lead to an increase in productivity" for example, I write "this will lead to productivity" replacing the word increase with an upward facing arrow in the exam?
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Original post by Enzic
Will it be fine if instead of writing "this will lead to an increase in productivity" for example, I write "this will lead to productivity" replacing the word increase with an upward facing arrow in the exam?

I wouldn't ...
Reply 2
Original post by Muttley79
I wouldn't ...

hmm i may have done this already for all 3 papers 💀
Original post by Enzic
hmm i may have done this already for all 3 papers 💀

Do you normally do this?
Original post by Enzic
Will it be fine if instead of writing "this will lead to an increase in productivity" for example, I write "this will lead to productivity" replacing the word increase with an upward facing arrow in the exam?


They might want to see correct terminology being used but I have no idea
Reply 5
Original post by Muttley79
Do you normally do this?
nah but time pressure was crazy so i started replacing increase/decrease w arrows, tbf i didn’t do it too much only when there was continuous repetition of a rise/fall in AD/AS

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