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Hey guys,


I was wondering, for the ess exam, do we need to have exactly what the markshcheme says, i.e. the exact way it has it worded for answers which are not definitions? Or can our answer be different than what it says, but contain the main points.. if that makes sense.. :P


Thank you 

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1) To get more responses in your posts, please have a more descriptive title. Thanks! 
2) In IB exams, exact phrasings that IB are looking for are underlined, otherwise if you have the key points you will get the points.
Hope that helps!

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