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An example of a GSSE question type B from Primary Anatomy's Question Bank

GSSE Question Type B

Statement & Reasoning

Type B questions consist of a statement (S) and a reason (R) in which you need to determine the relationship between the two. Firstly, determine whether S and R are true or false, if S and R are both true you will then need to determine whether R explains S.

Its important to practice all question types however make sure to familiarise yourself with Type B as they can be a little more challenging to begin with.

Here’s a basic S&R question on the upper limb to get you started!

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11/08/2020

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