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    I need some tips on how to overcome my issue with working in groups. I'm in my second year undergraduate doing a Criminology degree, and I'm a mature student. This year, there will be group work and I'm not very good at this. I get along with my year group, but I prefer working on my own with assignments. I seem to lose my confidence in a group setting, and as we will be marked on the group presentation, I don't want to let other students down.
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    (Original post by Seamus123)
    I need some tips on how to overcome my issue with working in groups. I'm in my second year undergraduate doing a Criminology degree, and I'm a mature student. This year, there will be group work and I'm not very good at this. I get along with my year group, but I prefer working on my own with assignments. I seem to lose my confidence in a group setting, and as we will be marked on the group presentation, I don't want to let other students down.
    I think if a group makes a solid division of work from the beginning and one person, maybe you could volunteer to put it all together in the end.
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    Thanks for that. I'll have a think about that aspect of it.
 
 
 
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