You may have an excellent understanding of the Part 4 works, but if you lack the skills to express these ideas, performance on the individual oral commentary could be poor. In these pages several skill-building exercises are made available, so that you can make the most of the individual oral commentary. You can learn how to tackle guiding questions or work on annotation skills.

If you are looking for quick tips on how to tackle this form of assessment, we recommend checking out the tips page. Furthermore, assessing sample oral commentaries, and using the assessment criteria are always useful ways of developing a better understanding of the individual oral commentary.

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