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Now, you need to fill out the paragraph, explaining how the Great Society expanded federal power.
Make sure you do more than just present a list of programs; it would be better to have fewer examples with greater detail.
But you also need historical examples to support this.
You might jot down a few ideas in your booklet to help you gather your thoughts before writing a topic sentence.
There are four questions worth 20% of your score, and you'll have 45 minutes to complete all of them.
It's always a good idea to pace yourself, building in a little time for proofreading at the end.
Also, putting your ideas down on paper as they come to you will often produce an unfocused short answer.
Depending on the structure of the question - and unless you're instructed otherwise - consider writing a coherent paragraph or two, combining all parts of the question.