I completed a reflective journal every few days/weeks to make sure I was up to date on my timeline and on my checklist.
Prominent Human Rights Activicts and Organisations including Human Rights Watch Journalists attend
His lecture was focused on current political unrest in Ethiopia, and what may be done in the wake of a revolutionary deposal of the Ethiopian government. Not utterly relevant for my research but eye opening.
it has had to be done in portions because it is quite a lot of writing. Earlier estimates of time and effort it would take to do this were nieve and impractival.
start looking at potential sources and do background reading to give ourself a feel for the outcome
University applications (due Oct 15th 2016),
English Lit A2 Coursework (Started early December and due on the First week of the Christmas Holidays)
Mock Exam Prep (during the 2016 christmas holidays for january 2017)
This will have to be complete as soon as mocks and ucas applications are over
-note made on 3rd Jan 2017
The essay has been done in portions so there was already an introductory paragraph and a few other paragraphs, but this 'milestone' was more about actually compiling and polishing it to form the actual 5,000 word essay.
-note updated on 05/02/2017
He did not respond to my email so I had to reach him via a phone call to get his alternative email account which he used more regularly. This is tight timing but things have had to change according to circumstances and this is one of those times.
The final draft is thankfully completed by 7/02/2017- 3 days before submission of the EPQ. Between October-Mid-January there was a loss in momentum in the EPQ because of Uni applications, interviews, A level courseworks, and Mock exams.