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what strategy shall i follow for answering control questions shall i read whole para n highlight controls identified and then decide which controls shall i write. or while reading if i identify a control straightway write it and then read further more and write another control and same process goes on.
Kindly suggest me strategy as i am facing time management issues. If possible also tell how much time shall i allocate to each question
You can highlight points in each para and after reading each para you could write the deficiencies (say) into the work space.
Allocate 1.8 minutes per mark – so 18 marks to each OT-case in Section A, 36 marks to each 20 mark Q and 54 minutes to the 30 mark Q. For longer Qs break this down into parts – so a 5-mark part deserves only 9 minutes of your time.