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I have seen tutors advise differently on planning which is very confusing.
Some advise to just go straight to the questions and copy and paste by annotating questions and approximating time. I find this time consuming doing it for every question and i lose time to planning its hard yo do this in 20 mins as advised.
Is it better to just form strutcture to the answer and simply view the task in CBE instead of copying?
If copying and pasting is still advisable should you separate each question and plan for each ? And is it acceptable to leave the questions within the answer as this would take time going back to delete.
Do you lose marks for leaving questions within the answer? To me its unprofessional .
I take 45-60mins at least to plan the answer and read it first and obviously it’s hard to remember the requirements at first so, I just go in order. while planning I take 1.8 minutes per marks which helps you divide the questions on time basis.