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Hi, I think the question asked by rakhi on 27 October 2015 concerning order of attempting question 1 on report writing if very important. I just really want clarification because as far as I know if a report is jumbled say I start with part c then go to part b then to e… the report will not be making a logical order, as such it would lack professionalism. MR TUTOR PLEASE ADVISE WHETHER A REPORT CAN BE JUMBLED AS LONG AS THE PARTS ARE CLEARLY LABLED IN THE EXAM! Thanx for your unflinching support.
If a question is lbelled (a), (b), (c) it can be answered , say, (b), (c), (a) as long as clearly labelled.