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Would you please confirm?
1. 2 headings and 2 separate points – 2 marks
2. 1 heading and 2 different points for same heading – 1 mark or 2 mark?
Headings/sub-headings will give your answer structure and, in Q1, contribute to professional marks. If you see the “Read the mind ….” article the general rule is 1 mark per relevant point sufficiently well made for it to be understood by the marker. It matters not how many headings/sub-heading you have.