The numerical sections of this assignment - i.e. parts (a) and (c) - carry only 35 marks. The other 65 marks are from the essay sections.
The essay sections have an overall upper limit of 2000 words (that is a maximum, not a
minimum). Keep the mark allocation for each section in mind when deciding on its length –
thus, about 800 words for part (b) and about 600 words each for parts (d) and (e).
70-100 Excellent standard, demonstrating a thorough understanding of
theoretical and practical issues, with good evidence of research
knowledge; good analytical skills showing insight. Very well presented,
with well-planned, logical sequence, clear writing style, and complete and
60-69 Good, comprehensive answer demonstrating a sound knowledge of
theoretical and practical issues; evidence of research knowledge and
analytical skills. Good presentation, with adequate referencing.
50-59 Mastery of basic concepts and knowledge, and adequate attempts at
linking theory to practice; some weaknesses in analytical skills, and
omissions in referencing.
40-49 Adequate understanding of basic concepts; discusses subject area with
little depth; some analysis and attempts made at linking theory to
practice. Answer contains some irrelevant materials and/or inaccuracies.
Below 40 Fails to demonstrate knowledge of subject; material is largely unrelated
to subject, or contains major inaccuracies or omissions or indications of
unsafe practice. Poor referencing.
Completed resit coursework assignments should be submitted by Monday 20 April 2020.