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Structure your answer as follows:


* Spend the first 10 minutes reading over the paper to identify suitable questions in each section.


* Begin your answers by writing down the key points from the question. Note words like


describe, discuss and compare, as they will identify the point of the question.


* Open your answer with an introduction to give the examiner an idea of the points you


will cover. Refer to the opening statement or the illustration, if there is one.


* Highlight references to the key points in the question, maybe with a paragraph heading


or a different coloured pen.


* Opinions are important. Back up your opinions with information.


* Use separate paragraphs or even headings to emphasise form, function,


subject, style or materials so that the examiner can easily find your points and award marks.


* Sketches should be clear and simple. There should be two or three sketches with


every answer. Use labels to clearly identify your sketch and include annotation in a different coloured pen to point out important features.


* Add colour where possible, especially when illustrating paintings.


* A conclusion should summarise your points and show their relevance to the question.


* Check your answer against the question at the end to make sure you have covered all


the key points. Summary


* Reading the questions carefully is very important. You cannot be given marks if your answer misses the point of the question. Note the important points of the question on your exam paper before you start and double check them before you begin your answer.


* Write your answers as if you were writing for someone with no experience of art history


or appreciation. You must explain everything clearly. Write short, clear paragraphs.


* Avoid stock answers. It is unlikely that they will fit a question exactly and you cannot get


marks if you miss the point of the question.


* Lists of facts are not enough. You must explain your points and put them in context.


* Make the information in your answer easy for the examiner to find. Put relevant headings


on your paragraphs and use bullet points where they will help. Different coloured pens, markers or pencils can sometimes be used.


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