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Emma

Hi, my names Emma and I'm currently studying a degree in neuroscience! Prev. education: 3 A-Levels: English Language Psychology Biology EPQ (awarded an A*) GCSEs: Maths (higher) Triple science (higher) English language English literature Dance Food nutrition & preparation Religious studies

Hi, my names Emma and I'm currently studying a degree in neuroscience! Prev. education: 3 A-Levels: English Language Psychology Biology EPQ (awarded an A*) GCSEs: Maths (higher) Triple science (higher) English language English literature Dance Food nutrition & preparation Religious studies
WJEC-POETRY ANTHOLOGY-REVISION
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WJEC-POETRY ANTHOLOGY-REVISION

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WJEC/eduqas Summer 2019 exams Boxes are colourful so this revision sheet appeals to visual and verbal learners Included is an empty activity sheet to be filled in and also a completed sheet to compare or revise from that has all the poems in detail All the poems are included Boxes for - poem summary, context, themes, structure and key quotes
EPQ advice
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EPQ advice

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Hi! So this 10 slide powerpoint pdf includes all the main pointers in helping you to complete a high quality EPQ in the easiest, most structured way possible. Some examples of the topics included are keeping a research log, essay structure, referencing, advice on collecting primary research, forming appendices and some generic advice on the whole process!
Personal Statement Builder (Uni)
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Personal Statement Builder (Uni)

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Hey! When I was writing my personal statement for uni applications, I found it so much easier to have structure to my thoughts rather than just write it all straight away. With all the limitations on word count, having such a tight frame to go off definitely made the process a lot quicker and easier! The 11 slide pdf includes checklists, structure advice, frames for organising thoughts, a ‘do and don’t’ page, phrase suggestions to replace high frequency words and even more. I recommend following the pdf from start to finish in the order given as it builds specificity as you go on. Good luck!