How to get a distinction in your llm (postgraduate law) hernia de disco lumbar pdf

So today was results day for my semester 1 modules for my LLM degree, and I am proud to announce that I received a distinction, what does this mean, it means that I am on track to attain a distinction overall in my LLM degree. The marking for a postgraduate degree is very different from an undergraduate but also in a way similar.

So, as you can see it is not quite the same as an undergraduate (UK) degree escoliosis lumbar, which is marked 1st (70+), 2.1 (60-69%), 2.2 (50-59%), 3rd (40-49%) and Fail (0-40%). I received a 2.1 in my undergraduate degree of LLB, a mark of 2.1 is necessary to actually get onto a Postgraduate programme in the UK. Whilst a postgraduate degree is a stepping stone to a PhD for many, it is also a way to discover your personal interests and develop your academic abilities.

Unfortunately, there is no secret potion and no magic spell you can cast or drink to obtain a distinction in your postgraduate degree. I obtained a distinction through LOTS and LOTS of late nights and hernia lumbar ejercicios prohibidos additional and wider reading. On average I have about 150 footnotes for my 5,000 word coursework, I also had 72 secondary sources. Yes, this may be a lot to some but for me honestly it was just enough and clearly radiografia columna lumbar worked. I have a dissertation due this September for my LLM and it is 10,000 words, therefore I would double the amount of secondary sources required to truly attain a strong and extensive research for my dissertation. Because I have only two modules per semester, I am required to do a significant amount of work myself, both hernia discal lumbar prep work and additional work for my seminars and courseworks.

It goes without saying that your grammar and spelling have to be PERFECT, you will notice that your grades will improve if your spelling improves too. This means knowing the differences between, ‘then’ and ‘than’,’ their, there and they’re’, ‘where, we’re, and were’. I use Grammarly on top of spell check as well as my sending my coursework to my family members to read over to do a “third check” of my work, spell check on my computer doesn’t always pick up my mistakes!

Whenever I make a point I use dolor lumbar causas a case to back it and I also include legislation and an ethical question. This means using what you learnt in GCSE English, PEE(L)C (Point, Evidence, Explanation, (Link) and Conclusion). This was my introduction to my coursework that received 72 (Distinction). I have included it as an example below of the use of PEEC. ( DO NOT COPY, IT W ILL BE CONSIDERED PLAGIARISM AND HAS ALREADY BEEN USED ON TURNITIN).

Read the question and identify what it is asking for you and answer only that, sound easy? That’s because it is supposed to be rather straightforward so long as you actually read the question, make sure to read dolor lumbar y pierna izquierda it twice, highlight the important works and then write them down and then make notes from your textbook relating to the question. Make sure everything links and corresponds to the question, do not include information for the sake of it and if you do footnote it. P.s. Footnotes in postgrad and undergrad do not go towards the word count. I tend to write bullet points of potential points that I want to make, then I use my textbook, seminar and lecture prep to to justify and give evidence to my points. I then do LOTS of additional reading on Westlaw, LexusNexis and BBC contractura lumbar duracion among other sources. I then make sure my points link to my other points and write a mini conclusion at the end of each point sort of summing up what I have already written.

I was informed by one of my lecturer’s that to reach the higher marks of above 70 that you had to have an opinion and explain it, so that’s what I did. I developed my own opinion on the topic and used ethical and philosophical judgments to back up my own opinion. Reading widely helped me to form an opinion partly because I sometimes questioned that of the person who dolor lumbar pdf wrote that article or book.