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Archive for December, 2013

Michele Noemi Dimbua

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Update on assignment and student help (MAPS)

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Hey guys,

I’ve been extremely busy over these last 2 months, assignments after assignments. Draining my energy but I’m still standing!

The video below will tell you more details about what I have been doing since November (Not much)

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This was during the critical writing workshop and my group had to deliver a presentation.

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I will be doing another post in relation to essay writing very soon: It will focus on critical writing and essay writing focusing on the introduction and the conclusion!

I will keep you all updated!

Keep safe and stay blessed

~Michele Noemi Dimbua~

African shop

Monday, December 16th, 2013

hey guys,

Here is a video just to share with you where I get my African food from. Sunderland is a small place but as mentioned on my previous blogs, you can pretty much get whatever you want here.

Watch the video below 🙂

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Mooting court tour

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Hey guys, I know it has been a while…I have been extremely busy with Law and linguistics over the last 4 weeks!

So what inspired me to do this video was the fact that I came across a guy who was going to do his Civil litigation exam soon and asked me for some mooting advice…so I thought I should do a tour video to show you guys how it looks like inside!

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What are my experiences as a mooting student?

I did a mooting module in level two, and it was the biggest step I have ever made in my entire academic years.

What mooting does is that it pushes you onto another level, it pushes you to improve your advocacy skills. So if you want to practice law, mooting is an excellent start!

I didn’t really get an excellent result at the end of the module (50%) but I have really learnt a valuable lesson that will help me tremendously!

Anyway, enjoy your week!

Keep safe and stay blessed

~Michele Noemi Dimbua~

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