When asked which aspect of their psychology exams worries them most, many students answer ‘16-mark questions’. Refining the skill of answering these questions can lead to improved grades. We will look at what makes an effective 16-mark answer, and how you can best prepare these questions.
In 16-mark questions without a stem, the examiner will award marks as follows:
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