Someone (not me!) mistakenly included a claim on the back cover of the A2 Complete Companion that we would be supplying answers to the ‘Can You’ questions on this blog. We did not intend to do this – partly because it would be a mammoth task! But equally it would somehow defeat the purpose to give students ‘an answer’. The intention of the A2 ‘Can Yous’ was to help students break their essays down into do-able chunks drawing on the material on the spread. While this might be useful to provide answers at AS, we didn’t think we should be providing this for A2 students. Having said that we do intend to produce an A2 exam companion (one day) which will provide some answers.
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