1000-1500 words paper.Carefully read the question in hand, and make sure you answer it (i.e., and don’t just write down everything you know about that general topic). Write clearly and stick to the point. Avoid giving unnecessary details. qRemember that you get marked on the knowledge that you demonstrate, so make sure that you properly explain your points, and that you always define terms/position/principles (etc) that you introduce. qAlways argue for your points. Do not simply state opinions. Relatedly, remember that philosophy is not journalism, in that you are not bound to be even-handed (it is more akin to law). That said, you should always be careful to describe the opposing view as charitably as possible. Avoid ‘straw men’.