Students often lose valuable marks because their key points are difficult to see or to understand. In many cases that’s because those key points are presented halfway through a sentence which then trails off into a series of secondary clauses and additional information, much as this sentence does! In order to land the necessary punch, your main idea needs to be placed instead at the end of the sentence.
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