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# Example Answer for Question 15 Paper 2: A Level Psychology, June 2017 (AQA)

Level:
A-Level
Board:
AQA

Last updated 25 Apr 2018

Section C – Research Methods: Q15 [4 Marks]

123-117 = 6

6 / 123 = 0.048780487804878

0.048780487804878 * 100 = 4.8780487804878

= 4.87

This question said significant figures and not decimal places! Also, you would probably round the 7 to an 8, as the fourth significant figure is an eight.

Please Note: These answers have been produced without the knowledge of the mark scheme and merely reflect my attempt at producing a model answer on the day of the exam.

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