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    Hey guys

    So I start a VS next week, and have been told that as part of the assessment in our second week we must present for 3 mins on a topic of our choice to 2 partners.

    I was wondering if anyone has any tips/advice on this; what kind of topic should I choose? Should I use Powerpoint or just rely on my own presentational voice? Should I construct a handout, or is this too much for just 3mins?

    Thanks to anyone who can help!

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    Will you actually have easy access to Powerpoint? If you do, perhaps use it. If it would be a faff, don't.

    I wouldn't bother with handouts.

    I'd rely on your voice for a 3min presentation
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    For a three minute presentation, Powerpoint probably isn't really necessary. It'd take you longer to set it all up than it would to actually do the presentation!
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    (Original post by TommehR)
    For a three minute presentation, Powerpoint probably isn't really necessary. It'd take you longer to set it all up than it would to actually do the presentation!
    Thought so! Thanks guys xx
 
 
 
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