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    I cant decide between that and the mental health of students for my nat 5 discursive essay.
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    Don't do size of models. This topic is done to death.

    The mental health angle is more interesting. You need to narrow it down to a specific question with a focus. Remember the essay has to contain argument and not just info.
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    (Original post by LeapintoLearning)
    Don't do size of models. This topic is done to death.

    The mental health angle is more interesting. You need to narrow it down to a specific question with a focus. Remember the essay has to contain argument and not just info.
    Thank you! I have attempted to do plans for and my one for mental health is definitely better!
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    (Original post by pheonixfeather)
    Thank you! I have attempted to do plans for and my one for mental health is definitely better!
    No bother. If you need any more advice give me a shout.
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    (Original post by pheonixfeather)
    I cant decide between that and the mental health of students for my nat 5 discursive essay.
    My advice is not to actually pick a serious topic. Pick something quirky that interests you. There are loads of things you could argue - "Which is better: the city, or the countryside?" "Do you need to go to university to be successful in the 21st century?" "Should Gaelic be taught in Scottish schools?" Or pick something current, like "Are the SNP right to give every child a legal guardian whom they are not related to?"

    They're just a few I thought of on the spot. Have a brainstorm and please don't pick anything that you've ever heard anyone do before! Markers will be marking hundreds of these, so pick a topic that you know very very few people will have discussed.


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