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A range of practical and workshop classes will enable you to consider information from lectures in more detail and develop ideas
A range of types of continuous assessment allow you to consolidate learning throughout the semester
An assessed essay will require consolidation of taught material across topics studied in lectures giving an overview of the subject
Detailed feedback on an assessed essay and practical assignments will help you develop essential scientific writing skillsYou will use Peerwise to write multiple choice questions, requiring thorough engagement with taught material and developing an extensive set of questions for use in revision
|First Sub Session
|15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1st Attempt: 1 two-hour written exam (50 multiple choice questions plus 3 essay answers from a choice of 7 questi continuous assessment (50%). Continuous assessment comprises of a written assignment (1500 words)and six practical write-ups.
A formative in-course test will help students assess how well they are learning the course material. Student participation in these tests will be monitored and contribute to retention of the class certificate.