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Unformatted text preview: ness School 4 BUSINESS SCHOOL 4. Assessment Assessment Name Work Type Weekly Homework Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Individual Individual Individual Program Learning Outcomes Assessed 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 Written Assignment Individual 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 Final Exam Academic Honesty 1, 2, 3, 6 Individual Length Weight Due Date Closing Date n/a n/a n/a 10 pages & appendix n/a 10% 15% 15% Weekly Week 6 Week 11 Weekly Week 6 Week 11 15% 07-Jun-2013 14-Jun-2013 45% Final Exam Period Final Exam Period Week 4 All Assessments are Compulsory. This means you must undertake all assessments. If you do not undertake a particular assessment you will receive zero for that assessment. ** Students must complete the Academic Honesty module in Blackboard with a mark above 80% by the final day of exam, or an Absent Fail (AF) grade will be given for the entire unit. Students can complete the module multiple times until this grade is achieved. Students who completed the module with a score of 80% or above in any previous semesters do not need to do it again. *** The due date for an assessment is the last day on which you can submit the assessment without penalty. If you submit the assessment after that date, you will receive a late penalty, unless excused by special consideration, special arrangement or disability services adjustment. The closing date is the last day on which an assessment will be accepted for marking. ✔ Conditions of Assessment The Business School has standard conditions governing assessments such as late penalties, word length and so on. Please go to the Business School policy and implementation information at http://sydney.edu.au/business/currentstudents/policy In the Quizzes and Exam, students are allowed to bring a non-programable calculator. See the link below for a list of approved calculators. Using non-approved calculator in quizzes or final exam will be considered as using illegal materials. http://www.usyd.edu.au/current_students/student_administration/examinations/students.shtml#calc ulators A formular sheet...
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