STRONG AND WEAK ANSWERS
In most exams, we know that there are some topics we're really good on, and others where we're not so good. In an average three-question paper, most of us will feel that one answer is a bit weaker than the others. Where's the best place to put it? At the beginning, to get it out of the way? Or hide it at the end, hoping that by that time the marker will be so impressed with us that it won't matter?
In general, the weakest answer is best in the middle or at the end. This is for three reasons:
1. First impressions are the most important ones. Your
first answer is your first impression on the marker.