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Reference list

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[1]Author Initial.  Author Surname, 'Title', Location, Year Published.


[1]J.  Le Couteur, 'Towler, W. (2014). Overton-Clarke, B. (2014). Employment for People with Disability - Practical Impediments/Solution..', Level 5, Canberra Nara Centre, 2014.

In-text citation

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“the person would need the capability to go through University and complete a degree. They would still have the intellectual capacity to compete a degree, which means they might just need to look at the reasonable adjustment and adjust some of the assessment processes to give them more opportunity and provide the help needed, but it still needs to be based on merit”. [1]

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