Your writing approach is one of THE most important aspects to consider if you want to pass your case study exam AND this story proves it…
I once had a student who had failed their exam 4 TIMES! He came to me for help and I quickly realised his knowledge of the syllabus was excellent. However, his writing approach needed drastic improvement!
His problem lay in the way he constructed his answers in the exam and his general writing style. He simply did not address the question asked and waffled on without saying anything specific!
This student had SO much potential but it was his writing technique that was letting him down.
Eventually, a combination of my advice and his hard work resulted in his mock exam grades improving by over 40%. I’m pleased to say he FINALLY passed his actual exam!
I hated the thought that a bright student like this could fail an exam due to a poor writing approach so I don’t want you to fall into the same trap…
Today I’m giving away my 9 writing rules that will help you to develop excellent answers. I will also show you what a poor answer looks like as well as a great one!
This document is an extract from case study Study Text Part 1. This also includes advice on managing time, answer planning, analysing the pre-seen and much more.