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As well as presenting your research in written format, you are likely to be asked at some stage to present your work verbally, for example in the form of a presentation.
Research is often presented verbally at conferences which may take place within your university, or at a national or international venue. Alternatively, you may be asked to summarise your research in the form of a poster presentation.
You may also be given the opportunity as an undergraduate to discuss your research in a viva. Vivas are common in postgraduate research and provide an opportunity for researchers to discuss, justify and defend their work to external experts in their field.
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