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A short to medium length assignment that provides a critical response to a specific question. This typically consists of an introduction, a main body of argument and a conclusion. Headings are sometimes included.
A long assignment that focuses on a specific topic of study. Depending on the subject and approach, this can take one of two forms. It can present an extended argument, broken down into chapters (effectively a long essay). Alternatively, it can document the process and outcome of gathering data to answer a specific research question.
This includes an overview of the key information on an exam topic, provided in note form. It should be both concise and easy to read in order to enable efficient exam revision, and should cover as much of the material as possible within the work allowance.
This service involves marking work, proofreading, and providing feedback as to how it can be improved. It does not involve rewriting substantial sections of work or adding to it.We provide a grade before the changes have been made and a possible grade that the work could achieve if the feedback is properly implemented. Feedback is provided in a separate file, and comments are also added to the document to indicate where specific improvements can be made. We also scan the work for plagiarism.
A short piece, usually no more than 2000 words, that outlines what would be completed in a full dissertation. This often includes a short literature review, a statement of the aims and objectives of the proposed research, and an explanation and justification of the research methodology.
A literature review provides an outline and critical evaluation of the existing research in a particular topic area. The objective is to provide an evidence base to inform a larger assignment and/or to identify gaps in the existing knowledge which can be investigated further.
Coursework assignments differ, depending on the specific instructions provided by the institution.
Assignments differ, depending on the specific instructions provided by the institution.
This includes a number of titles for potential dissertation projects. Each title includes a brief explanation of the project and a few indicative references to provide a starting point for researching the topic.
A PowerPoint presentation with accompanying speaker's notes. Points are generally summarised on the slides in brief, and then fleshed out in more detail in the notes. Title and bibliography slides do not count towards the total length of the order unless otherwise specified.
Reports are designed to present information in an easy to read and clearly structured format. They almost always use headings and sub-headings, and generally include an executive summary, a background section, conclusions and recommendations. They often make use of graphs and tables to communicate information efficiently.
A reflective practice assignment typically includes a brief account of a practice experience, which is then critically analysed for learning and to generate recommendations for improvement. These are generally written in the first person and tend to be structured according to a reflective model.
A plan for a larger piece of work, summarising all of the points and content to be included in the final document, as well as the key sources that will be used.The outline should be written in note form, using bullet points and headings - not in full prose. It should be possible to flesh out each point in full and end up with a complete piece of work of about three times the length of the outline.
A portfolio usually involves a collection of smaller tasks which are set by the tutor to evidence knowledge and understanding of different areas of a topic. These tasks often require different formats, the expectations for which are usually laid out in the guidance documents.
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