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Appendix B Student Name/Number: Grade Related Descriptor – The Submission (Submission to Local Network) (15%) Grades Depth and Breadth of Coverage Problem Solving Structure, language and conventions High Distinction 80 - 100% All of the question was addressed and appropriately researched in great depth Highly innovative recommendation/ approach based on great depth of analysis, evaluation, interpretation and deep understanding of the subject matter and the situation. All components conform to high academic / professional standards Distinction 70 – 79% Most of the question was addressed and appropriately researched in great depth Sound recommendation / approach based on analysis, evaluation, interpretation and sound understanding of the subject matter and the situation. Most components conform to high
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Unformatted text preview: academic / professional standards CreditPass 60 69% Most of the question was addressed and mostly researched appropriately Adequate recommendation / approach based on some elementary analysis and evaluation of the situation Most components conform to acceptable academic / professional standards Pass 50 59 % Basic components of the question were addressed and mostly researched appropriately Limited recommendation / approach based on a basic understanding of the situation Basic structure. Expressed in own words Fail < 50% Superficial and/or inadequate addressing of question Poor/inadequate recommendation/ approach and / or limited understanding of the situation Poor structure and/or lack of clarity and /or using the words of others Mark: Comments:...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course DEP 235 taught by Professor Eeer during the Spring '11 term at Assoc. of Chartered Certified Accountants.

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