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    I've got to give my investigation in on Monday and i'm getting really stuck on how to write it, not so much what to write. I've written my method, Prediction, hypothesis... but i'm not they make any sense! Could you please help by just telling me exactly what to write for each section.. planning, obtaining, analysing, evaluating, method, planning, prediction, etc???

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    (Original post by cezza)
    I've got to give my investigation in on Monday and i'm getting really stuck on how to write it, not so much what to write. I've written my method, Prediction, hypothesis... but i'm not they make any sense! Could you please help by just telling me exactly what to write for each section.. planning, obtaining, analysing, evaluating, method, planning, prediction, etc???

    Reply asap please.
    Thank you!
    find some coursework to look at e.g. www.courseworkbank.co.uk
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    for your introduction
    start by saying what ur gonna investigate, then identify the variables that u can mess around with, dont forget to mention which one ur changing in the experiment - it helps to use some scientific knowledge to say what you think will happen by each variable if it were to be played with
    use the scientific knowledge u already have to make a reasonable prediction
    dont forget to draw a labelled equipment diagram
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    (Original post by cezza)
    Could you please help by just telling me exactly what to write for each section.. planning, obtaining, analysing, evaluating, method, planning, prediction, etc???
    Hmmm...I posted a GCSE science markscheme on a thread some time ago.

    *searches*

    There you go- http://www.uk-learning.net/attachmen...ttachmentid=10

    Basically just follow/include what it tells you to do and you should be able to get reasonable marks.

    Depending on the topic of your coursework you might also want to have a look at various related threads on here. You could also look at some example pieces online, providing you don't copy them.
 
 
 
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