Monthly Archives: August 2018

Student “cheating” in universities: some of the causes and adverse consequences

Since 2016, it is disappointing to note that there has been increasing media attention being focused on the prevalence of “student cheating” during the development of their studies and exams. In a review published in The Times (2 January 2016), … Continue reading

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University unconditional student admissions rises from 2,985 to 67,915 in five years!

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University unconditional student admissions rises from 2,985 to 67,915 in five years!

Introduction According to the BBC (26 July 2018), a recent report by UCAS, has confirmed that the awarding of unconditional university places to students¬†has increased by a factor of nearly 23 from 2013 to 2018 (2,985 to 67,915) (see graph). … Continue reading

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The value of quality proofreading, editing and presentation

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The value of quality proofreading, editing and presentation

It has recently been noticed by the author that even in some of the UK’s highest quality media and new organisations there has appeared errors in terms of grammar, tense, sentence structure and the structure of the content, which is … Continue reading

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