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Contributors from the University of Warwick

The University of Warwick is collecting assignments (including essays, reports, articles, lab reports, exercises, case-studies etc.) from most modules in the following subjects at both undergraduate and Masters level, unless specified as full below:

    Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4/Masters
History HI full full full  £5!
Biological Sciences/ Biochemistry BS almost full full    £5!
Business IB/WBS all years full
Chemistry CH  £5! £5! £5! £5!
Comparative American Studies AM almost full      £5!
Computer Science CS/CG almost full   full  
Economics EC full almost full almost full  £5!
Engineering / WMG ES       full
Law LA full full full  £5!
Mathematics MA  £5! £5!  almost full £5! almost full £5!
Medical School MD all years full
Philosophy PH full almost full  £5!   £5! 
Physics PX        £5!
Politics PO full full    
Psychology PS full full  £5!  £5!
Sociology SO full almost full  £5!  £5!

*Please note that we cannot accept assignments from certain modules within a year as we have filled our required quota: Modules we cannot accept.

Assignments must be at least 500 words in length, and have been marked at 60%/IIi or above (including class/seminary assignments etc, as long as they have been graded). Five assignments may be submitted from any single year of study (current or retrospective) and ten in total per subject. Joint honours students and those taking modules outside their home department may submit more than ten. We can also accept no more than three assignments from any single module. Masters level students may submit a maximum of five assignments. Below are some examples of the combinations of assignments that undergraduates submit:

Example 1 (£30)

 

 Year 1

Year 2 

Year 3

 Physics  5  0 5

Example 2 (£60)

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

History 3 2 5
CAS 5 1 4

 Example 3 (£90)

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Politics 3 3 4
Philosophy 4 3 3
Economics 1 4 5

Once you have submitted your work, you will receive an e-mail telling you what to do next. Please note that we have a limited quota of assignments that we can accept for each subject. The project works on a first come first served basis. We advise that you come to the office as soon as possible after you have received the e-mail.

Warwick students will be asked to come to the BAWE office (Social Studies building, room S1.78) between 13:30-15:30 on weekdays to collect your money and sign the permission forms. Please wait until you have heard from us before coming to the office. If you are unable to come to the office, please contact bawe@warwick.ac.uk to make alternative arrangements.
 

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