Examiners and employers expect students to be able to identify and solve problems, ask questions and work towards finding out the answers. In other words, they expect you to be able to undertake enquiry and research, through to completion. This involves a range of questioning behaviours, gathering of information, managing and analysing it, developing an argument and making a contribution to knowledge in written and other forms. This chapter will look briefly at the research behaviours and skills examiners and employers expect of you. It will then go on to suggest some ways you might further develop and recognise these practices and skills.
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