Do's and Don'ts for ERQs

IB Psychology: Do's and Don'ts for ERQs

Below you will find a list of "do"s" and "don"t"s" for helping students better understand the demands of the ERQ - the essays that appear both in part b of Paper 1 and on Paper 2.1. Take some time to outline your argument before you start writing. Planning before you begin will lead to a better structured argument.2. Introductions are important. Don"t just start right in with your first example of something, but introduce...


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