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    Hey everyone!

    I was wondering if anyone was considering doing an EE in WS - I'm asking mainly because I was hoping to connect with others so that we could all figure out together, as well as ask anyone who has done it before if they've got any advice?

    Thanks!
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    I want to do a world studies EE in health - I want to study medicine and its been advised that that would be an easier essay to do well in than biology. I have chosen Malaria as my topic but not sure what title question to give my essay.
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    I did a ws ee this year and predicted A / B

    Research!! I swear this was my major downfall because you really should be analysing data and such - from both of your subject's viewpoints. You may have an amazing topic, but if you can't access the dat then you have a big problem. I wrote about the downfalls of US official development aid to Zambia - which was great, except of how hard it was to access any useful data.

    It is advisable to choose two subjects which are not so closely related (ie biology and philosophy), however I did do global politics and economics. Basically they want you to be able to show off your different viewpoints and argue between those, so as long as you can differentiate between the two you'll be fine.

    Also make sure you know the syllabus of your subjects! I wasn't taking global politics before so I really had to catch up on their syllabus / course material .
 
 
 

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