GCSE science coursework may be on three subjects: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Which one to choose is up to you. This article will give you general instructions on writing your GCSE science coursework.
Your GCSE science coursework should comprise the following parts:
- Introduction. Here you should state the subject, the purpose, and the relevance of your GCSE science coursework;
- Body. It consists of minimum two chapters. The first chapter is the description of the theoretical material on the subject, and the second chapter is the GCSE science coursework experiment presentation. Here we gradually come to the practical part of your GCSE science coursework – your experiment. You should decide upon it carefully, since you will perform it during the presentation of your GCSE science coursework and this will increase your chances to get a high grade;
- Summary and conclusions. Your GCSE science coursework should be somehow concluded. This means that here you should state the results of your investigation, that is the results of the experiment. You should not broaden this part. You simply need to give facts and do not deviate;
- List of references. You should provide here all the information sources used in your GCSE science courseworks. Since the problem of plagiarism is very acute nowadays, do not forget to put all the citations in accordance with the requirements. If you are not aware of them, you may consult your supervisor.
As far as you can see, GCSE science coursework writing is not an easy task to accomplish. That is why you should not take it carelessly, if you do not want to fail. Each time you are done with some part of your GCSE science coursework, bring it to your supervisor for checking. He/she may give you good and necessary instructions as for the content or design of your GCSE science courseworks.