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Answering a case study

There are three processes involved in successfully answering case studies.

A case study is not just the recount of the issues and problems, it is also the detailing of solutions and recommendations, eg an action plan, to fix the problems. Case studies are generally presented in report format using headings and subheadings, but check with your teacher / lecturer for prescribed formats.


Identification & analysis of issues & problems



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