This is a self-study course developed to assist you in
understanding and learning the exam syllabus. It includes the
provision of an ebook study text and electronic updates for 12
months from the date of purchase and marking of coursework
assignments (see important note below for details of re-submission
fees). More information on ebook study texts can be found here.
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As part of your study enrolment you will gain access to the
following study support:
- Exam unit syllabus - this sets out the
learning outcomes that will be assessed in the coursework and lists
other published material in the form of additional reading,
reference works and periodicals.
- Hardcopy study text - this breaks down
the exam syllabus into concise sections, with each chapter
containing clearly defined learning outcomes and a series of
- Electronic study text - an online
version of your study text.
- Study text updates - updates for 12
months from the date of purchase.
- Coursework guide - providing practical
guidance on how to tackle assignments, the guide contains: 3 sample
questions with direction on key syllabus areas to include in
answers; and a sample question and full assignment answer which
does not meet the minimum pass standard, with comments on how this
could be improved.
- Course chat and discussion forums -
discuss issues relating to the unit content with other students
using the online chat and discussion forums.
Candidates must complete and pass three written assignments,
including any re-sits, during the 12 month enrolment period to
achieve a pass in the unit. Assignments are each up to 3,000 words
in length and candidates must score a minimum of 65% in each.
- Should a candidate fail an assignment, a re-submission fee of
£120 member/£164 non-member applies.
- If all three assignments are not completed within the 12 month
period, candidates will need to re-enrol and complete three new
ebooks are compatible with most portable electronic
devices including Android and Windows tablets/smart phones, Kindles
and iPads/iPhones. They can also be viewed on desktop and laptop
computers using appropriate EPUB/Kindle reader software
• ebooks are not pdf files and cannot be printed.
• the reading experience will depend on the portable device used or
the reading software installed, if viewed on a
An ebook provides the same benefits as the the printed
study text, with the same enrolment period, updates to content and
access to RevisionMate. The cost (incl.VAT) is the same as the
equivalent printed study text.
Additional benefits include:
• Portability - study on the move and when using a
printed study text isn't practical
• Reduced paper use - paperless
study reduces your impact on the environment
• No postage fee - ebooks are
delivered electronically through RevisionMate
• Fast delivery -we aim for same
day delivery for orders before midday Monday to Friday(customers
receive an email to confirm their ebook is ready to download).
Depending on the device used, ebook features can
• Annotation tools - these include the ability to
add notes to pages and highlight key points
• Easy navigation - interactive contents page and
search function help you pinpoint content
• Quick web link access - related articles and
resources can be accessed with a single click
• In-built dictionary - definitions for unfamiliar
• Read-aloud - available on supporting devices,
allowing increased accessibility.
Find out more
• Free sample chapters
• ebooks FAQs and unit availability
Non-EU candidates should note: if buying this
option from outside the EU, you will be charged a fee without VAT.
The price you will see throughout the web checkout process will be
inclusive of VAT, however if you are outside the EU, your card will
be charged the 'ex VAT' price and this will be reflected in the
receipt you receive when payment is complete.