how to layout 3-5 mark questions...

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ive been told to lay out questions such as "name four things" or " what else could mandy do" etc, as bullet points instead of referring to "mandy should"
i wondered if anyone has actually done the business gcse unit one exam and what advice they would give on answering questions?

thank you

Posted Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 19:38 by Robyn

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To gain the full 5 marks, you have to apply the knowledge to the situation, which should be done in the conclusion but does not necessarily have to be. I just find it easier to do so =)

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 21:22 by N. M
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define any key terms in the question and use as much business knowledge as required :)

good luck

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 23:25 by Tiffany
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Hello,

i did teh unit one exam in june 2011, i got a C which i wasn't overly proud with, however i think when answering a 5 mark question you should:

  1. Give one point and explain
  2. Give another point and explain
  3. Conclude, maybe saying why you decided to say those points or concluding the question in another way
Answered Sun 1st January, 2012 @ 17:56 by simran