Write 100–120 words, or half a paragraph, for a 5 mark question. This is a simple question with a straightforward answer: the more you write, the higher your score will be. Use of punctuation and correct spelling are essential for good writing, so make sure you include these in your essay.
There is no right or wrong answer to this question, but if you choose to write less than 100 words you will get fewer answers to match. This means that you will have to make some sort of choice - maybe you'll just have to pick something from among the options provided!
It's important to remember that each option is an answer to the question, so think about what the question is asking you to do and then choose one option as your solution. You could, for example, decide that you would like to discuss all three options and their advantages and disadvantages, before choosing which one you believe is the best solution.
All the options provided are relevant to the question, so don't worry about choosing something out of place or unnecessary.
You should attempt to write between 450 and 600 words. For your writing, choose one of the following titles: [40 points] In every case, (a) making a difference. (b) Making a mark. (c) Leaving your own unique imprint. These are just some of the ways in which your work can make a difference.
Now, you don't need to come up with your own title, but it is useful if you can think of one that describes your work adequately. You could also look at other people's works to find ideas, for example: historical novels, poems, short stories, etc. As well as being interesting, they will give you ideas about how to structure your own work too.
When you write your essay, try and put yourself in your reader's shoes. What would you like them to know or feel about your work? Consider their interests and background knowledge when choosing topics - but not too much, otherwise you won't be able to fit in everything you want to say!
For A Level, we recommend writing between 750 and 1000 words. For this you will need to allocate approximately 10 minutes per page. Again, you can get help from someone who has done it before if you feel you need to/want to.
Responding to the 5 or 6 point question
In this chapter, I'd want to introduce you to the world of academic writing by focusing on five hierarchical qualities of excellent writing, or the "5 Cs," of effective academic writing, which are Clarity, Cogency, Conventionality, Completeness, and Concision.
These five qualities are an accepted benchmark for academic writing. Any piece of academic writing that exhibits one or more of these qualities will be considered clear, relevant, coherent, conventional, and concise.
Specifically, clarity refers to the reader's ability to understand what is being said in the text. A clear text uses simple language and avoids complex vocabulary and abstract concepts when possible. A clear text also should not rely on technical terms that some readers may not understand. For example, if a non-technical reader cannot understand how something works after reading the text, then the writer should include a glossary or list of definitions at the end of the paper to explain those terms.
Cogency refers to the reader's ability to follow the argument presented in the text. A cogent text makes logical connections between its parts so that the whole makes sense. It is important for writers to be aware of any gaps in their logic and to avoid jumping from topic to topic without considering the relationship between them.
For 3 points, you must write at least 6 points. Then you must write at least 8 points for a total of 4 points. This is called a "4-point essay". You get a score of 5 for each point you get right, so 4 points is the minimum score for this task.
There are some narrow topics where getting anything less than an A would be difficult if not impossible. For example, if your topic is "What is the best movie of all time?" then you should try to come up with an argument that supports one opinion over another. You might want to look at other essays on this site to get ideas about how much material to include in your own essay.
In general, there is no correct amount of writing for these questions. It depends on what you want to say and how well you can express yourself. Some students like to write very long answers while others prefer to give only a short summary. Either way, as long as you have included relevant information and answered the question correctly, you will get the highest score possible.
It's important to remember that these questions are designed to test your understanding of the topic rather than your spelling or grammar skills.