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Feedback from the WJEC/Eduqas L3 Criminology exams and controlled assessments

Luke Harrison
Hosted By Luke Harrison



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2024/10/02 10:00
(ex VAT)*

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Feedback from the WJEC/Eduqas L3 Criminology exams and controlled assessments

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Discover strategies and techniques for helping students succeed in the 2025 WJEC/Eduqas L3 Criminology exams and controlled assessments, using the summer 2024 series for guidance.

This face-to-face workshop provides examples of how students achieved high marks in the summer 2024 exam series, and advice on what the 2024 results mean for 2025, as teachers and students prepare for exams.

  • Hear expert guidance and feedback from the 2024 Level 3 Criminology examinations and how students achieved high marks in the controlled assessment units
  • Gain expert advice on how to support students moving forward on the Level 3 Certificate and Diploma in Criminology to secure the best outcomes
  • Review the summer 2024 exam series and focus on strategies and techniques for improvement in future, including how teachers can best support learners to achieve high grades in the Level 3 Certificate and Diploma in Criminology

Attend this workshop and receive a free copy of WJEC L3 Applied Certificate & Diploma Criminology - Study & Revision Guide

Booking reference: 1921021024

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