Ossification

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mariakirk
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Ossification

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I have come to a complete stand still!!! How detailed does this need to be because I can't fit a detailed explanation in 150 words!!!
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Hi

Hopefully someone will be along soon and give you the support you are needing, as unfortunately I am not studying this and cannot offer guidance.

Good luck though! :thumbup:

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Be concise and factual. Are you writing too much or not enough? Have a good read through! If there are any sentences in there that aren't of great use (not specifically to ossification, or descriptive/waffle - take them out!)
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Not doing this course, but in the Bio modules I have done - being very concise is the key.
Get as many key words in , almost in bullet point form and link them together is the strategy I have employed.

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