Published on September 14th, 2016 | by EditorOne


Simple Ways Of Polishing Coursework To Perfection

It is notorious that some A-level as well GCSE subjects give a possibility to replace the exams with the coursework writing. For many students it is a fine way to pawn off the stress of the exam room, focus on certain subfield of the subject and show themselves in the best light. However, it is often the case when students become too relaxed because of the amount of time given on the accomplishment of the assignment. Successful mastering of the coursework requires much more than a day of surfing through the Internet and a couple of days putting all collected data together. Here much prominence should be given to planning, searching for the relevant information, analysis, drafting, writing and proofreading. So if you do not want to take an easy route and save time with then follow these steps to create the top-notch paperwork without additional stress.

Boost the Paper’s Level of Quality

1. Get acquainted with the deadline of the task and schedule blocks of work taking into consideration the time when it is necessary to show the first draft of work to teacher

2. Cater time for unexpected delays and at least two or three days for editing and proofreading

3. Always schedule your work factoring in lazy days – otherwise your plan will never work out

4. Remember: the Internet is not the only source for research data. Do not be too lazy to search in books, newspapers, articles and journals: go to the library of your educational institution and make no bones of asking your librarian to help you

5. Choose appropriate style of writing: some disciplines take courseworks as a kind of expended essays, science papers require more formal and scientific language for interpreting the results. Do not confuse styles, otherwise be prepared to be in a flap and wonder “Who can do my coursework properly” within two days before the deadline.

6. Make sure that you follow the rules of quotations and stick to the required referencing style.

7. Make a rough draft of the paper and see if whether all sections of the paper are structured and combined in a clear and logical way. Look it through to make sure that you are not repeating or contradicting yourself

8. Write the final version of the paper and proofread it scrupulously. Do not trust the spellcheck: it misses many typos. Some scholars propose to read the text back to front – in such a way you will be focused not on the sense of the text but on the words spelling

Now your paper is ready for submission – enjoy the fruits of labors!

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