I'm about to move into 6th form once my GCSEs are done but i'm interested in doing the IB (international baccalaureate) but was wondering if anyone on here has/is doing it and has any advice toward choosing this option as aposed to doing normal Alevels??
Apologies for if this does not consort to group rules.
I am currently studying in my A2 year, taking: Biology, Economics and English Language. Preferably, I would like to study Economics or Biology at Undergraduate level. Could anyone reccomend a university or a course within a university that would suit me? I'm finding it hard to find a course which allows me to study without Maths.
I hope this post is within group rules. If not feel free to delete.... I am researching for a PGCE (thats PostGraduate Certificate In Education), winter research project which is about how APEL ( thats Accreditation Of Prior Experiential Learning) - is actually implemented, and used (or not) in the "real" world...
Its based in the UK, but I would be equally interested in peoples thoughts from other countries as well. :)
As part of that, I have cooked up a questionaire which I have posted on what is destined, hopefully to become my teaching/ PGCE journal - something else I have to keep for the course, and I would be really grateful if you have a spare moment or two, if you could pop over and fill the survey - or the relevant bits - out. And feel free to rant if you have strong feelings on anything in it.
Hello,I wonder if anyone could help me,I have a piece of work that needs to be handed in tomorrow.I have done most of it but there is one question that is baffling me,if anyone could help me I would be so greatful,as it goes towards my final mark! The question : "Identify the meaning of the word (the word being 'masque') that seems to be most relevant to a literary critical context and give an example"
My main problem is that I have no idea what the term'literary critical context' means.As I said before any help will be much appreciated. :)
Hey guys, this community is quiet but I thought I'd try this. I have two books for sale:
Foundations of Marketing by Jonathan Groucutt (printed 2005). I paid £20.99 for this but I'll take £15.00 ono. It's hardly been used, I studpidly bought it a week before I dropped out of the course (postgrad business degree), it's been sat on my bookshelf ever since. I've made no notes in it and it's in a brand new condition.
Managerial Economics Second Edition by Ivan Png (printed 2006). I paid £29.99 for it in the same circumstances as the book above. I'll take £21.99 ono for it. Again, it's in brand new condition.
Both books could cost between £3.85 and £4.95 to send.
I'll take offers on these but I'm also selling them elsewhere so I may withdraw the sale at any time.
a bit of a daft question about psychology undergrad essays. generally, do references within the text (e.g..."Anxious-avoidant children have been shown to be more hostile, aggressive and distant with peers (Erikson, Sroufe & Egeland, 1985)") count towards the total word count in essays? I've only been given a limit of 1500 words (which i'm 400 words over), and considering a lot of my essay is just made up of author references, i'm wondering if i can get away by not counting them in? i can't find any instruction in my course handbook and it would be pointless emailing my tutor now, as its got to be in first thing in the morning :| i hope that made sense. argh, help pleeease.
Ok ladies I need your help. I am attempting to write my first big assignment since starting university and whilst I have no problem with the subject matter I am finding it really hard to motivate myself to sit down and write the thing. So, I need your tips for improving concentration and opinions (best to study with or without background noise etc.).
Hey guys, is anyone having problems accessing Blackboard? I've been trying all night and it keeps telling me "An error occurred while the system was processing this login request." It's driving me crazy because I really need to look at some module details for a lecture tomorrow.