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EMAs are used on some modules instead of a traditional examination. EMAs feel different from an examination because they are often completed at your home and at your own pace. Refer to your module materials to find out how your EMA will be conducted.
Ideally, you should start thinking about your EMA during the early stages of your module so that you are clear about what you have to do and how long it will take you. Read your module or study guide, talk to your tutor or study adviser, and use the following tips to help you.
One of the most difficult things is keeping a balance between getting your answers right and aiming for perfection – it can be very hard to let the assignment go and send it in. However, once you’ve done the work and checked it carefully against the questions, it becomes more difficult to improve marks by spending more time on it.