The Implications question in the examination requires you to examine the meaning of the passage and also to evaluate and comment on the validity of the arguments raised, by challenging the evidence presented. It also requires you to look at the implications of the arguments — to consider what would happen if the argument offered was proved to be either true or false.
The biggest pitfall for candidates is spending too long simply rewriting the passage in their own words and not spending enough time analysing and evaluating the arguments raised. To do this question well, candidates need be open-minded and be prepared to consider the evidence and arguments critically from all sides.
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