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    Does an English degree really improve writing ability to a high level? Would most English graduates be able to write for newspapers or even be able to write a novel on the back of the intellectual development of an English degree?
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    (Original post by carlos10000)
    Does an English degree really improve writing ability to a high level? Would most English graduates be able to write for newspapers or even be able to write a novel on the back of the intellectual development of an English degree?
    Probably not.

    English students write a few essays here and there and doss around because they have 6 hours of contact time a week.
 
 
 
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