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Writing Better University Essays

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Writing Better University Essays

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 306

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This is a fresh and approachable guide helping students to write better essays at university. It addresses students directly and is packed with practical information. Examples from real essays are included to make the text more approachable.

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