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The Almighty Subheading

How to use Subheadings!

Subheadings are important for organising written content and making it easier for readers to understand and engage with. Some of the benefits of using subheadings include the following:

Improved readability

Subheadings break up long blocks of text and make it easier for readers to scan and understand the main points of the assessment quickly. This can be especially helpful for readers who are looking for specific information or who may have limited time to read the entire assessment.

Increased engagement

Subheadings can help capture the reader’s attention and keep them engaged with the content. By providing clear and concise summaries of the main points, subheadings can help readers stay focused and motivated to continue reading.

Better organisation

Subheadings can help organise the written assessment’s content into logical sections, making it easier for readers to understand the main arguments and evidence presented. This can be especially helpful when addressing complex or controversial topics.

Improved skimming

Subheadings allow readers to quickly get a sense of what the following text is about, making it easier to skim through the content and identify the parts that are most relevant to them.

Overall, subheadings are a powerful tool for improving readability, and engagement, but don’t take our word for it. We have built an example for you to follow below. 

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