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S: So, these things called methodology recounts. What are they?
L: Well, that's when the lecturer asks you to recount or to tell them what you did, what your methodology was, how you did something. Usually it's an experiment. Like a lab report would be a methodology recount.
S: So it's something that I've done, but it's not like a story.
L: No, it's not like a story. You have to be very exact and precise in how you say what you've done and what you've found.
S: I see. So the findings count for a lot.
S: OK. Thanks.
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