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Exactly what Becca said: "why was the study done?"

Why is what you're studying an important issue; why did you choose to study it (i.e. what important question about this issue were you trying to answer).
Cheers PRSOM.

I'll post a few other questions later if that's ok. To be honest I'm a little annoyed with the uni concerning PBPs and writing abstracts. I don't think they've given us nearly enough training on doing them.
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Cheers PRSOM.

I'll post a few other questions later if that's ok. To be honest I'm a little annoyed with the uni concerning PBPs and writing abstracts. I don't think they've given us nearly enough training on doing them.
Yeah, mate. That's totally fine. We don't really get any teaching on scientific writing - you just kind of get it after reading **** loads of papers and with practice. If it's part of your summative, though, I can understand your frustration!
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