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    Maybe I'm just being stupid but what am I supposed to put in this section exactly? The modules I've done since first year and the mark I got for that module? Is that right?
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    It is the modules you took and the credits each one was worth if memory serves.
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    (Original post by david89)
    Maybe I'm just being stupid but what am I supposed to put in this section exactly? The modules I've done since first year and the mark I got for that module? Is that right?
    I didn't put in all my modules- just the time spent on the main subject of my degree (so "English- 100%). I felt worried after looking on this forum after I applied that I had to list all the modules, but when I checked back in the GTTR's application instructions, and they ask you to give the "time spent studying each of the main and subsidiary subjects as a percentage of your whole degree"- eg., you DON'T have to say what each module was, just mention if you did joint honours, or minored in Spanish, or whatever.

    You can see the GTTR instructions here:
    http://www.gttr.ac.uk/students/howto...qualifications

    Good luck!
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    there seems a lot of space just to write your main degree subject no?

    I filled mine up with all the courses I've done throughout my degree, including the credits earned and so on.
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    So I don't put down my modules and just put English as 100% or do I split my modules up and put them into a percentage of the degree so each one would be worth the same %?
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    What are you applying for? I'm not sure that it matters which you do but I can see an argument for breaking it down if your applying for a secondary PGCE as this will identify the possible gaps in your knowledge.

    I must say I did break mine down beacuse I assumed I needed to. Only used estimations on the % time spent on them though. i did a Biology degree so had it broken down into Ecology, Paleobiology, Entomology...etc.

    I think your safe whatever you decide.

    good Luck
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    I'm applying for a secondary English PGCE and I'm doing a English Language degree so I'm not sure what to split it down into.
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    Well I'm not sure - I applied for Primary so I dont know what to say, by breaking my down I was trying to demonstrate the variety of subjects i covered within biology.

    Do you have a rough idea of different areas you cover through your degree? if not, just stick it in as one because I;m sure the people looking at your application will have a rough idea of what an english language degree will entail (becuase i haven;t a clue!).
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    I did one literature module as part of my course should I include that as well?
 
 
 
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