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    ssijk
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    Can I answer a question by explaining an act with point form?


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    You can. It’s certainly not what the examiner wants, but you can. You can even answer it by drawing a picture, or in Braille, or even in a foreign language. You can answer it using yellow pen whilst standing on your head and blindfolded.

    However, your chances of success diminish with each further extreme quirk.

    Why not answer questions in the way which is shown in the publishers’ answers. You’ll not be able to write as much as they do, so yours will be necessarily shorter. But proper sentences is really what is required.


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    However the answers given by past year questions about explanation of an act was of point form. So shall I write out the answer by sentence?


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    Yes, you certainly should. Incidentally, which question are you referring to “However the answers given by past year questions about explanation of an act was of point form”


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    For example: MYS June2010 Q2 about E’ment law.
    In (a)(ii),4 circumstances ofredundancy, shall i express the answer in an essay form?


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    Sorry, I really cannot comment about Malaysian exams – I have no idea about them – no experience with them.

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