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302. Research and Referencing

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Most higher level specifications provide some opportunity for extended writing in their assessment regimes – some provide the opportunity of a separate qualification. This Factsheet will give guidance on how to obtain reliable sources for research, and how to reference the sources. These are important and transferable skills, which not only contribute to exam success, but lay the foundations for still higher levels of study.

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September 2019

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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