Project introduction should a) establish the problem, b) provide an overview of existing research, c) identify a research gap, d) state a research question and e) establish the value of the project. All elements must be present in your introduction.

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Reviewer 1: Physical layout and logical structure (Max score 2)

Your report should have a) Title page, b) Table of contents, c) Page numbers, d) List of figures, e) List of tables, e) List of figures, and f) Glossary as relevant to the project. The figures and tables should be captioned. The report should be proofread, and there should be no spelling mistakes or grammatical errors. The report should be easy to read and presented accurately, concisely and coherently, with no errors.

Maximum score

2

 

Reviewer 1: Abstract (Max score 3)

Abstract should accurately and concisely capture the thesis topic, background, aims/objectives, advances in the field and solution methodology, main findings and conclusion of the work.

Maximum score

3

Reviewer 1: Introduction (Max score 2)

Project introduction should a) establish the problem, b) provide an overview of existing research, c) identify a research gap, d) state a research question and e) establish the value of the project. All elements must be present in your introduction.

Maximum score

2

Reviewer 1: Aims and Objectives (Max score 1)

a) Aim(s) should define the overall purpose of the work.
b) Objectives should align with the project aim(s).
c) Aim(s) and objectives should be realistic and attainable, considering the constraints in terms of time, resources, technical ability and supports.

Maximum score

1

Reviewer 1: Literature Review (Max score 3)

Literature should be critically analysed, evaluated and presented in a logical and coherent manner with comments showing excellent ability to synthesise and abstract knowledge. Previous works should be properly acknowledged.

Maximum score

3

Reviewer 1: Methodology (Max score 3)

You should clearly articulate all the research tasks with sufficient details. You should clearly demonstrate how the proposed methodology is appropriate for the project.

Maximum score

3

Reviewer 1: Results and Discussion (Max score 32)

You should present your results in tables, graphs, figures as appropriate for your results and interpret them on your body text. You should recognise patterns and trends in your result and. All sources of error and limitations of experimental/simulation/fieldwork/case study measurements should be identified correctly. There should be no gap in the interpretation of the results. Results should be thoroughly and logically discussed meeting the project objectives. The results should be nicely linked with the literature. The analysis should demonstrate a high level of independent thought and critical thinking.

Maximum score

32

Reviewer 1: Conclusion (4)

Conclusions should be supported by the results. You should provide a clear description of the relationship between the current findings and the reviewed literature. It is also important that the possible applications or implications of the findings are well discussed. You should demonstrate that you have achieved your objectives and answered your research question.

Maximum score

4

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