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16 October 2014
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In this section you can test your knowledge of development and health issues. There are questions to attempt that are typical of the kinds of questions you will face in an exam.
When working through the questions ask yourself how you would answer them. You can compare your answer with the sample answer. If there are questions that you got wrong, or couldn’t answer, you might want to revisit the relevant sections of the site.
Exam Tips
The best way to do well in exams is to prepare properly. You need to make sure you know what kinds of questions you are likely to face in an exam. These are the areas that you should revise fully.
Other exam advice: -
· Think about what the question is asking. Don’t just try to write everything you know about the subject.
· Pay attention to how many marks the question is worth. If it’s worth 3 marks you’ll need to make 3 points.
· Plan your answers before writing them down. Your answers should follow a clear and logical sequence.
· Work out how long you can spend on one question and keep an eye on the clock.
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