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311. How to Avoid Losing Marks - Targeting Your Answer to the Question

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Examiners’ reports often refer to questions where students misinterpreted what was being asked and provided a reasonably good answer but not to the question asked!

Another frequent complaint is not giving the appropriate level of detail for the level of study. This Physics Factsheet aims to help you target your answer to the question being asked and to the appropriate depth.

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April 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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