2. Get going
Hopefully, you have already written a little about what you already know and are familiar with, regarding what is being asked. Now you need to carry on collecting content which is to be included. In the beginning of your process, how your text is formulated or what it looks like is not so important. It is not yet a finished text.
Here are some suggestions on how you can create a framework and get started:
Copy the questions into the document you are writing in
It is a good idea to have the questions there as a help to keep track of what must be done and what the text is all about. If there are several questions within an exam question, it is good to divide these up. This can help create good structure in your text. Don’t forget to then remove these questions from your text before handing in.
Gather material you think should be included under the questions
Start writing to piece the content together. Put in content from the course literature, notes from reading and the lectures that fit in, but also key words and your own thoughts regarding what is being asked. This allows you to get started and keep working further.