Planning with Science
THIS IS LEGACY MATERIAL - the science is correct but the marks no longer apply!
Get up to 8 marks just for planning what you are going to do! Here we show one way of doing it.
This goes hand-in-hand with 8a. There are lots of arguments over what "preliminary work" can mean. Obviously a quick run-through of your planned procedure is preliminary work, and we recommend this - as long as what you do has been useful to you and you say so. But make sure you include a set of results!
Another useful factor here is the use of secondary sources. All this means is that you've taken the time to look something up in a text book, CD encylopedia or reliable website. Oh, and what you looked up has been useful to you and you say so. Make sure you include a reference.
Let's see what our perfect pupil wrote to score this top mark:
Some people write references in a particular style. Click here for more.
Have you got the idea by now? Coursework is a hoop-jumping exercise. Knowing how to jump through the hoops is what we've hopefully brought you here. Do let us know how you get on!
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