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how long should we write for say a 3 mark Q?

and what about the big sixer at the end? how long should that be?


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so a 3 mark Q is 1 and 1/2 pages then?
 

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i don't think there is a formula. If its an identify question you can merely write two or three lines. You should just use the marks as a guideline to how many points to have. 3 marks = 3 main points or things they're looking for
 

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there are 15 marks in the section, and 40 mins to do it in. so it's about 3 mins / mark. and if you have a 6 mark, that's 9 mins, which for me is a page
 

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Don't go by length. Don't feel compelled to write a lot of filler because you haven't reached the right length.

Think about your answer and compose it before starting, get to the point, answer the question, and be concise.
 

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yeah the first section be concise and to the point. they're not going on length they're seeing if you've fulfilled the requirements. (eg give 2 techniques) but I'm not good at the six mark ones...so I'm not sure, I think you're supposed to write a little more, about a page.
 

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