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Old 06-25-2017, 12:35 AM
Nani08 (Offline)
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Default Hello Ramandeep08

Really nice and you also can add some more points also like.
The steps you need to take when preparing your assignment are:
  1. Read the question - you may find it helpful to rewrite the question in your own words.
  2. Check that you have read all parts of the question - is there different subquestions?
  3. Check the assessment criteria - see the marking grid
  4. Write a draft structure for your assignment, with key headings and a bullet point list of all key points that you want to include in each section - in a logical order, so it reads well - as if you were presenting the information (telling the story) to your colleagues
  5. Send a draft structure of the assignment to your tutor - this should be done 3 weeks before the submission deadline, otherwise you will not get feedback in time. It should not be longer than 2 pages. It should only include headings and key points in each section - not full sentences.
  6. For each section, think carefully about each ‘claim’ and what evidence you need to back up these claims (see Evidence based section for top tips on how to do this)
  7. Search the internet and module resources for evidence to support your claims and also search paperwritingpro paper writing services,if you want to make perfect assignment.
  8. Keep a list of all references you use in the write format - you need to decide whether to use the Vancouver or Harvard format
  9. Next to each claim, write a sentence that summarises the evidence and the reference (name of author and year).
  10. Write down 2 or more points about the limitations of each piece of evidence, and a reflection of how that evidence might relate to your country
  11. Repeat points 6-10 for each section
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