Written by Jennifer Trenery on Monday October 8, 2018
You’ve signed up for an ICA qualification. You’ve met your cohort. You’ve got the assignment. Panic ensues.
For many of our students, writing an assignment is a daunting process - it’s been a few years since they’ve studied (more than some care to admit!) and the excitement of the ‘back to school’ feeling has been replaced with the question ‘how can I pass my assignment’?
Achieving good grades is fundamental for many of our students (of course, there is much more to learning than merely passing; truly understanding the course material is important too!) so we’ve compiled this handy list of important things to consider when writing your assignment:
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