I am currently writing my first piece of my folio (personal reflective) and I was wondering what the sqa are actually looking for and what makes a good personal reflective piece. I am writing about how my views about school has changed and that my sister was the reason for that ( I never paid attention in school I was a procrastinator) that's what I'm writing about. If it's okay can anyone tell me how I should write it and what I should do to make a good essay so that it intrigues the sqa marker. I actually don't really know what the sqa are actually looking for. So can someone please help me? I'll really appreciate it
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- Thread Starter
- 02-10-2016 08:52
- 02-10-2016 12:04
Try and make yourself seem as ignorant as possible about the issue until your "epiphany" where you realise how stupid you were, what the "right" way of thinking is, etc.