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LEVEL 7 ASSIGNMENT SPECIFICATION
Referencing: In the main body of your submission you must give credit to authors on whose research your work is based. Append to your submission a reference list that indicates the books, articles, etc. that you have read or quoted in order to complete this assignment (e.g. for books: surname of author and initials, year of publication, title of book, edition, publisher: place of publication).
Disclosure:
Please include the following statement on the title page of the submitted assignment, followed by your name:
I declare that this assignment is all my own work and that I have acknowledged all materials used from the published or unpublished works of other people. All references have been duly cited.
Turnitin: All assignments must be submitted to Turnitin unless otherwise instructed by the Lecturer.
Note: the Turnitin version is the primary submission and acts as a receipt for the student. Late submission of the electronic version of the assignment will result in a late penalty mark. Penalties for late submission: Up to one weeks late, maximum mark of 50%. Over one week late, Refer. Only the UWTSD Extenuating Circumstances Panel may grant an extension. YES X
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Learning Outcomes tested
(from module descriptor) Assessment Criteria To achieve each outcome a student must demonstrate the ability to:
Undertake, from inception to completion, using appropriate theories, applications, methodologies and evidence, a self-initiated, autonomous and critically comprehensive body of structured research activity which leads to an analysis, synthesis and evaluation of evidence which is sufficient to propose and design a comprehensive Major Project proposal. Literature Evidence Review (Literature and evidence sources) 2500 - 3000 words maximum – weighted 50%
Critically use research methodologies and conventions; formulate research questions, and propose, plan and complete research projects and communicate their findings to a variety of audiences using appropriate theory, media, and approaches towards analysis, syntheses, evaluation, and the formulation of judgements and conclusions based on a body of defined research. Research Design Proposal 2500 – 3000 words maximum – weighted 50%

TASK DESCRIPTION
Assessment of this Module
Assessment Component 1 - 50% Literature-Evidence Review (2500-3000 words maximum)
Assessment Component 2 - 50% Research Design Proposal (2500-3000 words maximum)
All forms of assessment must be submitted by the published deadline which is detailed above. It is your responsibility to know when work is due to be submitted – ignorance of the deadline date will not be accepted as a reason for late or non-submission. Any late work will NOT be considered and a mark of zero will be awarded for the assessment task in question.
You are requested to keep a copy of your work (excluding exams).

The Assignments
Overview of the two assignments
Overall, you are required to create a proposal for a research project aimed at a business related problem or opportunity. The two components of this proposal are related but separately assessed:
- Firstly, you must prepare a Literature Review and Evidence Review on that research proposal, fully referenced.
- Secondly, you are required to design a Business Research Proposal aimed at a business-related problem or opportunity
As explained above there are two integrated parts to this assessment:
• Component 1 – the Literature Evidence Review

• Component 2 – the Research Design Proposal


The topic forming the basis of the research proposal needs to be established in the first three weeks dating from the start of the teaching of the module. Permission to continue will be dependent upon lecturer approval of that topic, shown by the signing of a proforma. Any subsequent changes to that must be approved and signed by the lecturer also.
It has to be stressed that the choice of topic and the proposal is undertaken on an INDIVIDUAL basis.
FAILURE TO ABIDE BY THE TWO ELEMENTS DESCRIBED ABOVE WILL MEAN THAT ANY WORK SUBMITTED WILL BE MARKED AS FAIL.
The research proposal must include a background which describes the basic situation underlying your project. It must include a statement of the problem or opportunity that is the aim of your project. It must describe the rationale for your project, why you wish to carry out this research and the benefits that will accrue from its successful conclusion.
You must create research objectives that, when successfully completed, will have the information that enables you to solve the problem or capitalise on the opportunity that is the aim of your research.
It must also include a literature review that evaluates the context for your research, and sources academic research and models that are relevant to the project. It should include a critical evaluation of relevant theoretical and practical references and include breadth of understanding and depth of critical evaluation. Reviews will require analysis and evaluation of evidence and sources and be informed by theory and appropriate practice.
You must evaluate and fully describe the research methods that will be necessary to successfully complete the research.
Data collection methods must be selected and described which are consistent with the research philosophy necessary for its completion: these can include secondary and/or primary data sources. The methods by which the data you collect will be analysed and need to be justified.
Finally, ethical, validity and reliability issues relevant to the research must be discussed and a time plan for its completion must be calculated and displayed as a Gantt chart (or another suitable format).
Further points:
• It is expected that you use current peer-reviewed journals and articles to ensure that you have an in-depth understanding of your topic particularly for the Literature Review.
• There must be sufficient linkage between theory and practice.
• Harvard style of references should be used.
You must ensure that the research title and research objectives/questions are included in both Components.
Structure
Ensure that the assignment has the following structure and contains the details outlined:

TASK DESCRIPTION – ASSIGNMENT Component 1 - 50% Literature-Evidence Review
TASKS
This should be an analysis and synthesis of the literature pertaining to your topic. You should ensure that you read up-to-date sources and assess current academic concepts and models relating to that topic and the research question and objectives developed.
• Introduction
• Is the domain explained?
• Is there a rationale for the chosen topic?
• Are the main sources stated?
• The Main Body
• Is there a clear structure?
• Does the review flow into a logical progression?
• Does the review convey the thinking of the writer?
• Use of secondary sources, citation, references, synthesis, critique, chronology, seminal works, models?
• Is the current position conveyed?
• Is there a set of emergent conclusions?
• Conclusion
• Is there a clear concluding statement?
• Is there a clear implication for further research?
• Are research questions specified?
• Are there emergent themes?
• Is the literature review conclusive?
• Has a theoretical or conceptual framework been identified?
LENGTH REQUIRED
2500-3000 words +/- 10%. Any deviation from this will be penalised.

FORMATTING AND LAYOUT
Please note the following when completing your written assignment:
1. Writing: Written in English in an appropriate business/academic style
2. Focus: Focus only on the tasks set in the assignment.
3. Length: 2500 – 3000 words
4. Formatting: Typed on A4 paper in Times New Roman or Arial font 12 with at least 2.5 centimetre space at each edge, double spaced and pages numbered.
5. Document format:
6. Ensure a clear title, course, and name or ID number is on a cover sheet and a bibliography using Harvard referencing throughout is also provided.
7. Research: Research should use reliable and relevant sources of information e.g. academic books and journals that have been peer reviewed. The research should be extensive.
The use of a range of information sources is expected – academic books, peer reviewed journal articles, professional articles, press releases and newspaper articles, reliable statistics, company annual reports and other company information. All referencing should be in Harvard style.

MARKING CRITERIA AND STUDENT FEEDBACK: COMPONENT 1: LITERATURE EVIDENCE REVIEW
This section details the assessment criteria. The extent to which these are demonstrated by you determines your mark. The marks available for each criterion are shown. Lecturers use a similar format to comment on the achievement of the task(s), including those areas in which you have performed well and areas that would benefit from development/improvement.
Common Assessment Criteria Applied Marks available Marks
Awarded
1. Research-informed Literature
Extent of research and/or own reading, selection of credible sources, application of appropriate referencing conventions.
Students are expected to critically review the relevant literature pertaining to their selected research topic and specific research question. This Literature should be derived from credible and current sources. Harvard Referencing conventions are expected to be followed. 30
2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject
Extent of knowledge and understanding of concepts and underlying principles associated with the discipline.
Students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of the main models and theories pertaining to the selected research topic.
25
3. Analysis
Analysis, evaluation and synthesis; logic, argument and judgement; analytical reflection; organisation of ideas and evidence
Students are expected to organise the material in the Literature Review such that it contains analysis, synthesis and evaluation. In this context, schools of thought may be identified, key themes outlined, and other means of demonstrating good organisation of the material demonstrated.
25
4. Practical Application and Deployment
Deployment of methods, materials, tools and techniques; application of concepts; formulation of innovative and creative solutions to solve problems.
Students are expected, in this aspect of the work, to relate what is being learned in the Literature Review to the actual undertaking of the forthcoming research, primarily through the development of a conceptual (or theoretical) framework.
10
5. Skills for Professional Practice
Attributes in professional practice: individual and collaborative working; deployment of appropriate media; presentation and organisation.
Students are expected to communicate and present the Literature Review effectively
10
TOTAL 100
Assignment Mark (Assessment marks are subject to ratification at the Exam Board. These comments and marks are to give feedback on module work and are for guidance only until they are confirmed. ) Late Submission Penalties (tick if appropriate) %
TASK DESCRIPTION: Component 2: Research Design Proposal 50%:
TASKS
• Research Title
• Research Question
• Research Objectives
• A Background to the Research Proposal:
• Is the overall context for the research well established?
• Is the research topic interesting from an academic and practical perspective?
• Is there a statement of the problem?
• Is there a rationale for the topic?
• Is it clear what aspects of the chosen topic will be researched?
• Do the boundaries of the research make sense?
• Is there a clear statement of the aim of the research?
• Are research objectives included which are specific?
• Are research questions matched to the research objectives?
• Research Methodology – Philosophy, Reasoning, Design
• Is there a logical and cohesive structure to the proposal?
• Are all the relevant sections included?
• Is the approach adequately explained?
• Is the scope of Literature outlined relevant to the research objectives to address the research questions?
• Is the relevance of the literature, models, theories and frameworks for thinking justified?
• Are the proposed research methods appropriate to the research task?
• Have the data types been defined and classified?
• Have target populations and samples been defined and justified?
• Data Analysis
• Is the proposal for analysis linked back to the literature and the research questions?
• Have analysis methods been specified?
• Is there an adequate time plan for the research?
• Ethics, Validity and Reliability
• Are validity and reliability issues discussed?
• Are the ethical issues in the project understood and dealt with?
• Are the intended outcomes for the research made known and is there a clear understanding of the value added?
• Gantt Chart (or other suitable format)
LENGTH REQUIRED
2500-3000 words +/- 10%. Any deviation from this will be penalised.

FORMATTING AND LAYOUT
Please note the following when completing your written assignment:
8. Writing: Written in English in an appropriate business/academic style
9. Focus: Focus only on the tasks set in the assignment.
10. Length: 2500 – 3000 words
11. Formatting: Typed on A4 paper in Times New Roman or Arial font 12 with at least 2.5 centimetre space at each edge, double spaced and pages numbered.
12. Document format: Report
13. Ensure a clear title, course, and name or ID number is on a cover sheet and a bibliography using Harvard referencing throughout is also provided.
14. Research: Research should use reliable and relevant sources of information e.g. academic books and journals that have been peer reviewed. The research should be extensive.
The use of a range of information sources is expected – academic books, peer reviewed journal articles, professional articles, press releases and newspaper articles, reliable statistics, company annual reports and other company information. All referencing should be in Harvard style.

MARKING CRITERIA AND STUDENT FEEDBACK: Component 2: Research Design Proposal
This section details the assessment criteria. The extent to which these are demonstrated by you determines your mark. The marks available for each criterion are shown. Lecturers use a similar format to comment on the achievement of the task(s), including those areas in which you have performed well and areas that would benefit from development/improvement.
Common Assessment Criteria Applied Marks available Marks
Awarded
1. Research-informed Literature
Extent of research and/or own reading, selection of credible sources, application of appropriate referencing conventions.
Students are expected to demonstrate that their Research Design proposals have sound academic groundings – both in the Introduction (for the selected topic) and their Research Design (for their selected methodology and method(s). Harvard Referencing conventions are expected to be followed.
10
2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject
Extent of knowledge and understanding of concepts and underlying principles associated with the discipline.
Students are expected to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of both the principal methodologies associated with research, and the main methods used in Business Research. 25
3. Analysis
Analysis, evaluation and synthesis; logic, argument and judgement; analytical reflection; organisation of ideas and evidence
Students are expected to demonstrate an ability to select and justify both a methodology and methods appropriate to their research question(s). 30
4. Practical Application and Deployment
Deployment of methods, materials, tools and techniques; application of concepts; formulation of innovative and creative solutions to solve problems.
Students are expected to produce a research design which is appropriate to the topic, question(s) and context of the proposed research. As such an analysis of the data collection and data analysis methods are paramount. Aspects such as ethics, validity and reliability, and resource issues will also need to be considered.
25
5. Skills for Professional Practice
Attributes in professional practice: individual and collaborative working; deployment of appropriate media; presentation and organisation.
Students are expected to communicate and present the Research Design effectively.
10
TOTAL 100
Assignment Mark (Assessment marks are subject to ratification at the Exam Board. These comments and marks are to give feedback on module work and are for guidance only until they are confirmed. ) Late Submission Penalties (tick if appropriate) %
GUIDANCE FOR STUDENTS IN THE COMPLETION OF TASKS
NOTE: The guidance offered below is linked to the five common assessment criteria overleaf and specifically aligned to the “exceptional” outcome category to which we anticipate students aspire.
1. Research-informed Literature
Your work must embed and be informed and supported by relevant and credible scholarly material that is accessible in the learned journals listed on the module schedule. You should refer to at least 25 such sources. Additionally, you should refer to text books, current news items and benchmark your organisation against other organisations to ensure your assignment is current and up-to-date. High-level referencing skills using the Harvard Method must be demonstrated throughout your work and all sources listed alphabetically within your bibliography.
2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject
Your work must demonstrate the growing extent of your knowledge and understanding of concepts and underlying principles associated with the subject area. This means that within your work, you should provide evidence of your growing mastery in critical awareness of current challenges, new insights and the constant need for innovation within the field. Furthermore, a critical awareness of the ambiguities and limitations of knowledge and even understanding, should be considered and examples of such, illustrated within your work.
3. Analysis
To be considered masters worthy, your work must contain evidence of analysis, evaluation and synthesis. This means not just describing “What!” but also justifying: Why? How? When? Who? Where? And at what cost! At all times, you must provide justification of your arguments and judgements. Evidence that you have reflected upon the ideas of others on matters occurring in the real world of business is crucial to you providing a reasoned and informed debate within your work. Your choice of methodologies to gather data and information must be rigorously defended. Furthermore, you should provide evidence that you are able to make sound judgements and convincing arguments in the absence of complete data, since within the real world of work, we rarely have access to, or know all the information! Persuasive conclusions are especially necessary and must be derived from the content of your work – there should be no new information presented within your conclusion. Your work should aspire to resemble work which is of journal publishable quality.
4. Practical Application and Deployment
It is essential that you rationalise how you decided upon certain methods, materials, tools and techniques to inform and complete your work. You must demonstrate what informed your decision(s) to apply certain concepts that enabled you to formulate innovative and creative solutions to the challenges presented to you or that you identified for yourself. Plausible, costed and justifiable recommendations are demanded and where these are absent, your work is undermined. Your work should provide evidence that you are growing in mastery in developing cutting edge processes and techniques within the subject area.
5. Skills for Professional Practice
Your work must provide evidence of your attributes in the application of professional practice. This includes demonstrating that you are highly capable of individual and collaborative working. Regarding the presentation of your work, you must demonstrate your ability to select and deploy the appropriate media that is “fit for purpose. Additionally, you must exhibit your ability to: communicate with an exceptionally high level of professionalism; work professionally, autonomously and within a team; develop leadership skills; and produce/present work that is coherent, cogent and specifically addresses the challenges set for you or you have set yourself. Importantly, your work should be easily understood by specialists and non-specialists in the field.
LEVEL 7 - COMMON ASSESSMENT AND MARKING CRITERIA
OUTRIGHT FAIL FAIL UNSATISFACTORY SATISFACTORY GOOD EXCELLENT EXCEPTIONAL
Assessment Criteria 0-29% 30-39%* 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
1. Research-informed Literature
Extent of research and/or own reading, selection of credible sources, application of appropriate referencing conventions Little or no evidence of reading.
Views and findings unsupported and non-authoritative.
Referencing conventions largely ignored. Poor evidence of reading and/or of reliance on inappropriate sources, and/or indiscriminate use of sources.
Referencing conventions used inconsistently. References to a limited range of mostly relevant sources. Referencing conventions not always applied consistently.
Inclusion of research-informed literature, including sources retrieved independently. Some omissions and minor errors.
Referencing conventions mostly consistently applied Inclusion of a wide range of research-informed literature, including sources retrieved independently.
Selection of relevant and credible sources. Very good use of referencing conventions, consistently applied. A comprehensive range of research informed literature embedded in the work. Excellent selection of relevant and credible sources. High-level referencing skills, consistently applied.
Outstanding knowledge of research-informed literature embedded in the work. Outstanding selection of relevant and credible sources. High-level referencing skills consistently and professionally applied
2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject
Extent of systematic knowledge, understanding and critical awareness of concepts and underlying principles associated with the discipline. Major gaps in knowledge and understanding of material at this level. Substantial inaccuracies. Gaps in knowledge, with only superficial understanding. Some significant inaccuracies. Some evidence of knowledge and understanding of current and relevant concepts and underlying principles but with gaps or errors. Knowledge is generally accurate with a satisfactory understanding of the field of study. Knowledge is extensive. Exhibits understanding of the breadth and depth of established and contemporary views. Excellent mastery of a complex and specialised area of knowledge and skills, with an excellent critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights at the forefront of the field. Clear awareness of challenges to established views and the limitations of the knowledge base. Exceptional mastery of a complex and specialised area of knowledge and skills, with an exceptional critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights at the forefront of the field. A critical awareness of the ambiguities and limitations of knowledge.
3. Analysis
Analysis, evaluation and synthesis; logic, argument and judgement; analytical reflection; organisation of ideas and evidence Unsubstantiated generalisations, made without use of any credible evidence. Lack of logic, leading to unsupportable/ missing conclusions. Lack of any attempt to analyse, synthesise or evaluate. Some evidence of analytical intellectual skills, but for the most part descriptive. Ideas/findings sometimes illogical and contradictory. Generalised statements made with scant evidence. Conclusions lack relevance. Evidence of some logical, critical thinking and some attempts to synthesise, albeit with weaknesses.
Some evidence to support findings/ views, but evidence not consistently interpreted.
Some relevant conclusions and recommendations, But not always well linked to other material. Evidence of some logical, analytical, critical thinking and synthesis. Can analyse new and/or complex data and situations without guidance.
An emerging awareness of different stances and ability to use evidence to support the argument.
Some conclusions and recommendations, where relevant Evaluates methodologies, current research and ideas critically and, where appropriate, proposes new hypotheses/ideas. Evaluates and synthesises complex issues both systematically and creatively. Makes sound judgements and proposes convincing arguments in the absence of complete data. Sound, convincing conclusions / recommendations. Excellent critical evaluation of methodologies, current research and ideas and, where appropriate, proposes new hypotheses/ ideas. Evaluates and synthesises complex issues systematically and creatively. Makes excellent judgements and proposes convincing arguments in the absence of complete data. Strong, persuasive, conclusions, justifiable recommendations. Work is of conference publishable quality. Exceptional critical evaluation of methodologies, current research and ideas and, where appropriate, proposes new hypotheses/ ideas. Evaluates and synthesises complex issues at a high level of mastery. Makes outstanding judgements and proposes highly convincing arguments in the absence of complete data. Highly persuasive conclusions. Work is of journal publishable quality.
4. Practical Application and Deployment
Effective deployment of appropriate methods, materials, tools and techniques; extent of skill demonstrated in the application of concepts to a variety of processes and/or contexts; formulation of innovative, original and creative solutions to solve problems. Limited or no use of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Little or no appreciation of the context of the application.
Rudimentary application of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques but without consideration and competence. Flawed appreciation of the context of the application.
Some awareness and mostly appropriate application of well established methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Some appreciation of the context of the application.
A satisfactory and appropriate application of standard methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Satisfactory appreciation of the context of the application, with some use of examples, where relevant.
A very good application of a range of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Very good consideration of the context of the application, with perceptive use of examples, where relevant.
Evidence of some originality, innovation and creativity. An advanced application of a range of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
The context of the application is well considered, with extensive use of relevant examples.
Application and deployment extend beyond established conventions. Originality, innovation and/or creativity evident throughout. Outstanding levels of application and deployment skills. Assimilation and development of cutting edge processes and techniques.

5. Skills for Professional Practice
Demonstrates attributes expected in professional practice including: individual initiative and collaborative working; deployment of appropriate media to communicate (including written and oral); clarity and effectiveness in presentation and organisation. Communication media is inappropriate or misapplied.
Little or no evidence of autonomy in the completion of tasks.
Work is poorly structured and/or largely incoherent. Media is poorly designed and/or not suitable for the audience.
Poor independent or collaborative initiative.
Work lacks structure, organisation, and/or coherence Communication is not clear .
Limited independent work and limited involvement in group activities.
Work lacks coherence in places and in need of amendments to the structure. Can communicate effectively in a suitable format, but may have minor errors.
Can work effectively autonomously and as part of a team, with some involvement in group activities.
Mostly coherent work and is in a suitable structure. Can communicate well, confidently and consistently in a suitable format.
Can work very well autonomously and as part of a team, with very good contribution to group activities.
Work is coherent and fluent and is well structured and organised. Can communicate professionally and, confidently in a suitable format.
Can work professionally autonomously and within a team, showing leadership skills as appropriate, managing conflict and meeting obligations.
Work is coherent, very fluent and is presented professionally. Can communicate with an exceptionally high level of professionalism.
Can work exceptionally well and professionally autonomously and within a team, showing advanced leadership skills.
Work is exceptionally coherent, very fluent and is presented professionally.
4. Practical Application and Deployment
Effective deployment of appropriate methods, materials, tools and techniques; extent of skill demonstrated in the application of concepts to a variety of processes and/or contexts; formulation of innovative, original and creative solutions to solve problems. Limited or no use of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Little or no appreciation of the context of the application.
Rudimentary application of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques but without consideration and competence. Flawed appreciation of the context of the application.
Some awareness and mostly appropriate application of well established methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Some appreciation of the context of the application.
A satisfactory and appropriate application of standard methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Satisfactory appreciation of the context of the application, with some use of examples, where relevant.
A very good application of a range of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
Very good consideration of the context of the application, with perceptive use of examples, where relevant.
Evidence of some originality, innovation and creativity. An advanced application of a range of methods, materials, tools and/or techniques.
The context of the application is well considered, with extensive use of relevant examples.
Application and deployment extend beyond established conventions. Originality, innovation and/or creativity evident throughout. Outstanding levels of application and deployment skills. Assimilation and development of cutting edge processes and techniques.
5. Skills for Professional Practice
Demonstrates attributes expected in professional practice including: individual initiative and collaborative working; deployment of appropriate media to communicate (including written and oral); clarity and effectiveness in presentation and organisation. Communication media is inappropriate or misapplied.
Little or no evidence of autonomy in the completion of tasks.
Work is poorly structured and/or largely incoherent. Media is poorly designed and/or not suitable for the audience.
Poor independent or collaborative initiative.
Work lacks structure, organisation, and/or coherence Communication is not clear .
Limited independent work and limited involvement in group activities.
Work lacks coherence in places and in need of amendments to the structure. Can communicate effectively in a suitable format, but may have minor errors.
Can work effectively autonomously and as part of a team, with some involvement in group activities.
Mostly coherent work and is in a suitable structure. Can communicate well, confidently and consistently in a suitable format.
Can work very well autonomously and as part of a team, with very good contribution to group activities.
Work is coherent and fluent and is well structured and organised. Can communicate professionally and, confidently in a suitable format.
Can work professionally autonomously and within a team, showing leadership skills as appropriate, managing conflict and meeting obligations.
Work is coherent, very fluent and is presented professionally. Can communicate with an exceptionally high level of professionalism.
Can work exceptionally well and professionally autonomously and within a team, showing advanced leadership skills.
Work is exceptionally coherent, very fluent and is presented professionally.

Student Self Evaluation Form
Student name: Student number:
Programme: Year of programme
Assignment Title:
This section repeats in brief the common assessment criteria detailed on previous pages. The extent to which these are demonstrated by you determines your mark. Using these criteria, tick the box that best indicates the level of achievement you feel you have achieved with regard to each of them.
Common Assessment Criteria Applied Level of Achievement
REFER PASS DISTINCTION
OUTRIGHT FAIL FAIL UNSATISFACTORY SATISFACTORY GOOD EXCELLENT EXCEPTIONAL
1. Research-informed Literature 0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
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2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject 0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
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3. Analysis
0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
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4. Practical Application and Deployment 0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
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5. Skills for Professional Practice 0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80-100%
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PLEASE COMMENT ON AREAS IN WHICH YOU FEEL THAT YOU HAVE PERFORMED WELL PLEASE COMMENT ON AREAS YOU FEEL THAT YOU NEED TO DEVELOP

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