Written workWork in Writing
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Work in Writing
Many of the classes require you to submit written work as part of your resume - see your course page. They should submit something that they have created as part of their regular homework at schools or universities and that has been identified by a tutor. Each written work should not exceed 2,000 words and will be received by November 10.
Once you have sent in your resume, the university examining your resume will contact you to tell you how to do it. While some universities will be accepting your written work in electronic form, most will ask you to publish it (unfolded). There is no way we can send back written work, so make sure you keep a copy.
For each work you have submitted, you must fill in a title page that you can print from this page. When the course you are enrolled for needs a written paper, please provide us with a paper proving your analytic, logical, linguistic and written abilities according to the course of study you have selected.
Your work must be your initial work, which has been identified by a tutor and has not been rewritten or revised in any way. Each written work should not exceed 2,000 words. For each work you have submitted, you must fill in a written title page.
In case you are not sure what to submit, or if you are afraid that you do not have a paper to write, please consult the university examining your university. Detailed papers for the International Baccalaureate, extended projects or other longer works exceeding 2,000 words are not admissible as written works that have been submission.
You can also send in an excerpt from a detailed article. Even if you include your paper in your own testimonial, the tutor can still talk to you at the job interviews when your resume is short-listed. Written works must be in English (except for modern languages).
If you are an internatonal student whose work is written in a different tongue than English, please send in both the source work and your own translations.