GCSE coursework… This is a nightmare.
How can you avoid writing GCSE courseworks? Here are some of the options:
- You can ask your best friend to write your GCSE coursework. However, the chances that he/she will agree to do that (even if you pay him/her) are rather slight.
- You can order GCSE coursework. This is a tempting option, but if you do not have enough money to pay, you should forget about it too.
- You can drop out of classes and forget about GCSE coursework and all other papers too. If you are fine working in some cheap café as a waitress/waiter till the rest of your life, this might be a way out for you.
Ok, if none of the options above work for you, then you will have to write GCSE coursework.
Here are the steps you will have to take in order to complete your GCSE courseworks:
- You should choose the most interesting topic for your GCSE coursework and approve it with your teacher.
- Then you are to create an approximate outline of your future GCSE coursework. Later, you might change it according to the materials you will manage to find.
- You should create a database for your GCSE coursework. All materials should be directly related to the issue you are working on.
- After going through the pre-writing stage, you can finally start writing your GCSE courseworks, following the outline and gradually incorporating all the materials from the database.
- You are to proofread your GCSE coursework and to include the Reference page with all cited sources.
Now, this is up to you to decide whether you are going to write GCSE coursework or not!