Using Wikipedia will set a bad impression immediately, and in some cases may lead to a fail.
The quality of your argument is often judged by the quality of your sources.
you will need this if you go on to do a Ph D, and you won't get this by having someone else doing hte work for you.
The people on this forum are working hard to earn qualifications that accurately reflect their abilities in and commitment to their chosen subjects - qualifications that will then help them to compete for (e.g.) jobs and funded Ph D places. And person below, you got your "best mark yet"??????? And you mean to say that you are actually happy with it?
Though, there are other things to be conscious of when working at postgraduate level.
Read our tips below for help with what is expected of postgraduate level writing: As a postgraduate you must be able to demonstrate originality of thought.
I struggle to understand, therefore, why you would expect anyone to come forward and offer friendly advice on how you can cheat other, honest students - including ourselves! I shan't even go into learning, not learning, anything else, for the valuable posts earlier in the thread have done it. In what do you imagine that you got the mark, of course you didnt!
- out of those jobs and those places by buying your way to the same qualification. One person wrote the stuff and another got the mark for it.
For instance, should you be using Harvard referencing, footnotes, or a different referencing style?
Should quotations over 3 sentences in length be indented and on a separate paragraph? A final proofread can vastly improve the quality of your written work.