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    The democratic deficit can be closed by simply extending the powers of the European Parliament

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    This is a thoughtful essay with a lot of information, but I would still only award it a low 2.1 at my Russell Group institution. This is because it is…

    • Essay length: 2629 words
    • Submitted: 17/12/2008
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Grace Thomas 24/04/2012
  2. Plagiarism, nuisance or crime?

    • Essay length: 1340 words
    • Submitted: 16/03/2012
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If you'd like to study your favourite high school subject in more depth, and you want to gain an edge in today's competitive job market, then getting auniversity degree is a great next step. Whether you opt for one of the most popular degrees, likebusiness studies, law, and psychology, or you fancy something with a particularly highemployment rate like dentistry and medicine, you'll leave university with a host of transferable skills that will help you with any career you choose.

At university, well-written essays are perhaps the best way to show your professors that you understand the material. Marked by Teachers is here to helpyou polish your writing, whether it's an essay inhistory, or a lab report in zoology. Visit our collection of student-submitted and teacher-marked essays to tap into a wealth of writing insight. It won't be long before your own writing lives up to its full potential.

Undergraduate students can continue to study after their degree, or go straight into the workforce. Jobs vary depending upon the degree, but the critical thinking skills gained during a university degree will continue to help students achieve their goals, for their first job and throughout their lives.

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