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A pass paper will present some of the characteristics

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Pass (50 – 64%) A Pass paper will: Present some of the characteristics of a Credit paper That means a Pass paper is likely to: Contain a description of the relevant issues, but little academic literature. Contain a loose structure, with uneven attention to different arguments. Provide inadequate context for discussion, or else some errors of logical analysis. Present some relevant perspectives, but not a solid, consistent argument. Be poorly written, with common errors of paragraphing, grammar, syntax, or spelling. Be inadequately referenced according to the AGLC. Have a generic Introduction and/or Conclusion. Fail (below 50%) Papers which exhibit any of the following characteristics may be awarded a Fail grade: the paper does not demonstrate an adequate grasp of the issues;
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the paper does not demonstrate comprehension of the set materials; the paper fails to address the essay topic meaningfully; written expression is so poor that the student’s description, analysis, interpretation or evaluation of the literature is frequently unclear; referencing and citation is so poor as to be meaningless with regard to providing adequate support for the description, analysis and argument; the paper exhibits some evidence of plagiarism.
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