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Yes, you should use substitutes, insofar, they are relevant. Such words may be difficult and new for us, but they are not for the examiner. So feel easy to use them.

Correct grammatical use is expected in the examination. Whether we express our ideas in simple words or in complex way.
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Yes, you should use substitutes, insofar, they are relevant. Such words may be difficult and new for us, but they are not for the examiner. So feel easy to use them.

Correct grammatical use is expected in the examination. Whether we express our ideas in simple words or in complex way.
Well said.. These words are really difficult for us but not for the examiners...��..


One more query if you can reply.. Can we quote examples in Comprehension question,or simply rewrite the statements from the original passage, into own words...?
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Yes, we can quote examples in comprehension, as far as I have learnt, but if deemed necessary. Otherwise, it's better to answer in your own words and understanding, because that's why it is a question of comprehension. The examiner wants us to write what we have comprehended from the given passage.
You can add extra, but relevant, information to your answer as well. whether it was given in the passage or not. Remember, it must be pertinent and should substantiate your answer.
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Yes, we can quote examples in comprehension, as far as I have learnt, but if deemed necessary. Otherwise, it's better to answer in your own words and understanding, because that's why it is a question of comprehension. The examiner wants us to write what we have comprehended from the given passage.
You can add extra, but relevant, information to your answer as well. whether it was given in the passage or not. Remember, it must be pertinent and should substantiate your answer.
Yep, it is obviously relevance that is the most important in CSS..
CAN YOU GUIDE ME ABOUT THE LENGTH OF AN ANSWER IN COMPREHENSION, AS THERE ARE MANY TUTORS WHO RECOMMEND VERY BRIEF (2,3 SENTENCES) AND OTEHRS SAY A COMPREHENSIVE ANSWER (ABOUT HALF OF A PAGE)��
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Foremost thing is to answer exactly what is asked in your own words regardless of length and number of sentences.

What I do is to write a comprehensive, detailed, answer, so that it may cover all dimensions of the question. Resultantly, it becomes a short paragraph, covering almost 2/3 of a single side of a page. Moreover, as per my mentor's advice, I give heading to each answer in comprehension section. This also makes my answers look longer.
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Foremost thing is to answer exactly what is asked in your own words regardless of length and number of sentences.

What I do is to write a comprehensive, detailed, answer, so that it may cover all dimensions of the question. Resultantly, it becomes a short paragraph, covering almost 2/3 of a single side of a page. Moreover, as per my mentor's advice, I give heading to each answer in comprehension section. This also makes my answers look longer.
Thank you so much for your guidance... Your words help a lot..جزاک اللہ
I was not sure that all my questions were responded.. Some few persons can do this,
May you get whatever you strive for..
Are you going for 2022 attempt?
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Ameen. Thank you for your kind prayers.
I need your more prayers as I am appearing in 2022 exam.
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ameen. Thank you for your kind prayers.
I need your more prayers as i am appearing in 2022 exam.
Insha Allah...
You also remember in prayers..
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