steph_hunter
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I'm due to start my third year of MH Nursing in a month, which means the dreaded dissertation is on the horizon. As someone who is a more hands-on student nurse, I often find academic writing difficult. While I have passed all my essays so far, it's been a stressful process and the thought of having to write a piece of wiring three times the length of a usual essay is daunting!

Any tips/reassurances from fellow student nurses who hate essay writing??
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which aspect of mental health nursing interests you. try to pick a well researched area your not doing ground breaking research. my daughter did equine science and hers was on hip dyspepsia in border collies. yeah weird. they are more interested in your research skills soif you can see some examples of earlier examples that show the grade marking. try to copy the style of a top graded one. but obviously not its content.
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