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    doing it now and i was wondering if anyone knows if theres a minimum/maximum word count?

    also if anyone has done it any help would be appreciated...

    question 1 - Have powers outside the middle east helped/hindered the search for a resolution to the conflict?




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    (Original post by blag dahlia113)
    doing it now and i was wondering if anyone knows if theres a minimum/maximum word count?

    also if anyone has done it any help would be appreciated...

    question 1 - Have powers outside the middle east helped/hindered the search for a resolution to the conflict?




    (i would post this in learning sub-forum but i wouldn't get a reply for hours)

    I did a similar coursework last year (GCSE), I found the BBCs website particularly helpful:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/...ns/default.stm

    ...especially

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/h...ml/default.stm

    also try:

    http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/myths/mftoc.html

    hope that helps
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    thanks, did you do AQA and was there a word limit btw? its kinda hard to write without knowing
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    (Original post by blag dahlia113)
    thanks, did you do AQA and was there a word limit btw? its kinda hard to write without knowing
    Yes I did AQA, and I think there was a 1500 word limit although I can't be sure.
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    I don't pay much attention to word limits - my '1500' word essay on Germany invading Russia was closer to 4000...
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    It's better to go over the limit than under it...but I think 4000 would be stretching it a bit. Although, when you write that much you can cut bits out, select the most relevent data etc.
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    I couldn't edit this particular piece because:
    1. It was handwritten.
    2. I think that all my points were relevant (although they were probably backed up too many times).
    3. My teacher says that I'm concise and never waffle...
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    so they don't care if you go over the word limit?

    can't be bothered to improve my damn essay now
 
 
 

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