The ideal way to approach Question Type 1 (Personal preference) type questions is to state your preference/opinion along with 2 reasons and examples to support each of them. Personally, I find it a bit too tedious to come up with 2 examples to support 2 reasons. I can only manage to think of the reasons. I'm planning to skip the examples and elaborate on the 2 reasons instead. Will doing this refrain me from getting a perfect score in Question Type1?
Alternatively, I can manage to come up with only 1 reason with a strong example to support it. Is this better than my previous approach i.e using 2 reasons with no examples?