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Well, to put it bluntly, coursework is precisely what it says, 'work' that you complete on 'course'. There is a great difference, however, between coursework that you complete for, say, GCSE or A Level, and coursework that you complete on a degree.
There is also an enormous difference between coursework carried out for a qualification in Maths and coursework carried out for English.
Basically, though, any coursework that you carry out in any subject will be used to help assess your competence in that subject and will count towards your final mark.
Indeed, in some cases, you may only be required to complete coursework to gain your qualification, if the course is modular, for instance, or simply has no examination. Usually, though, coursework forms a percentage of your final mark.
Whichever of these options applies to the coursework on your particular course, you will need to pay close attention to it, as it can make all the difference to your grade!
When you are given a piece of coursework to complete, at whatever level, the first thing you should do is to look carefully at the question or assignment topic.
Understanding and adhering to instructions is the first – and most often ignored – principle of any academic work, coursework included. More students fail coursework (and examinations) because they do not read the question properly than for any other reason – so read the question thoroughly before you do anything else!
When you are reading your instructions, ask yourself the following questions:
Let’s look at these one by one and find out just what your coursework requires!
Firstly, you need to address very carefully what you are being asked to do. This is obviously the foundation to the successful completion of your coursework so pay special attention.
If you are being asked a question, you should look for ‘key words’. These are words within questions which direct you as to the type of work you are being asked to carry out so they are very helpful.
There are many key words that you should look out for when starting your coursework, these include:
Well, much of what you will eventually find most useful in your coursework you will gain by experience but here are some final tips to help you complete the best coursework possible:
Follow this advice and you are well on the way to the successful completion of any piece of coursework at any level:
We have a collection of coursework examples which have been submitted to us by students for publishing, with their permission, to help aid others struggling with their own coursework:
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