MYTUTOR SUBJECT ANSWERS

530 views

How do I write a plan for an essay in an exam?

Writing a brief plan in an essay exam may seem like a waste of your limited time, but it can really help finetune your answer and keep its focus. Remember to firstly read the questions carefully and choose which one you want to answer. This may be the one you feel most confident with, or that you've revised most successfully for. Then quickly think of the main points you wish to make. Your plan may look something like this: - Introduction (briefly outline what you'll say with some background) - Point 1 - Point 2 - Point 3 - Conclusion (summarise what you have said and what this means in response to the question). It can also be useful to remember that every point should be brought back to the question at the end. Another useful tip is that the first sentence of your introduction and the last sentence of your conclusion should be able to be read together and make sense.
Ruth K. A Level Psychology tutor, A Level English tutor, Mentoring -P...

1 year ago

Answered by Ruth, an A Level Psychology tutor with MyTutor


Still stuck? Get one-to-one help from a personally interviewed subject specialist

28 SUBJECT SPECIALISTS

£22 /hr

Lydia M.

Degree: Psychology (Bachelors) - Bath University

Subjects offered:Psychology

Psychology

“I am a passionate first year Psychology student at the University of Bath. GCSE and A-level exams can be stressful - but it doesn't have to be if you have the right support. I love teaching and will employ different ways of explaining ...”

£20 /hr

Nish S.

Degree: Psychology (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered:Psychology, Religious Studies+ 2 more

Psychology
Religious Studies
Philosophy and Ethics
-Personal Statements-

“I am a first year Psychology Student at the University of Exeter and have always been intrigued by human cognition and behaviour, this is reinforced by my passion for science and I hope that I can introduce this to you. Having only ...”

MyTutor guarantee

£24 /hr

Dorothea C.

Degree: Psychology (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered:Psychology, German+ 1 more

Psychology
German
French

“About Me My name is Dorothea Christmann and I am a Psychology student at Exeter University. I have always had a real passion for languages and I come from a family of linguists. I did French, German and Spanish at A-Level along with ...”

About the author

Ruth K.

Currently unavailable: until 01/04/2016

Degree: Psychology MPsych (Masters) - York University

Subjects offered:Psychology, Philosophy and Ethics+ 4 more

Psychology
Philosophy and Ethics
English Literature
-Personal Statements-

“Who am I?Hi! I'm Ruth and I'm a Psychology student at the University of York, with a focus on neuroscience and clinical psychology (although I've spent two years getting a great grounding in Psychology as a whole). Psychology is my p...”

MyTutor guarantee

You may also like...

Other A Level Psychology questions

What is the difference between compliance and internalisation?

What is classical conditioning?

Describe and discuss factors that effect obedience in Psychology

Describe two strengths of the behaviourist approach.

View A Level Psychology tutors

We use cookies to improve your site experience. By continuing to use this website, we'll assume that you're OK with this. Dismiss

mtw:mercury1:status:ok