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Posted by U15623693 (U15623693) on Wednesday, 20th February 2013
How would you answer a 6 mark question?
Posted by Ben (U15623932) on Wednesday, 20th February 2013
Usually for a six mark question, you should write about three key topics in the area and expand on them in detail. For example if we had a question about respiration in biology for 6 marks, you would have to talk about, using specialist terms and linked statements, three aspects of respiration e.g. human respiration and aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration. Usually about 8 - 12 lines are expected for these questions, and if you do use specialist terms and link statements you will get into the higher levels. Hope this helped!
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