Answer all questions in your own words to avoid plagiarism Plagiarism is

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Answer all questions in your own words to avoid plagiarism. Plagiarism is copying someone else’s work or ideas and saying that it your own work. Sources of work must be properly referenced, outlining the source of your ideas. Penalties may include having to resubmit the assessment task again, repeating the Unit of competency, or for repeat plagiarism, expulsion from Cambridge College International. Marking of Assessments BSBMKG413 Promote products and services Cambridge College International National Provider No. 90069 | CRICOS Registration No. 00159K Version 2017.1. Page 2 of 54
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On submission of your assessment will be marked for a result of either Satisfactory (S) or Not Yet Satisfactory (NYS). If you receive a NYS result, you will be asked to redo the tasks again. To achieve a competent result with this unit, all tasks need to be completed and marked as satisfactory. Your trainer/assessor will provide feedback to you on each task, outlining where you must improve to achieve a Satisfactory (S) result. When all tasks are marked as Satisfactory (S), you will receive a result of Competent (C) for this unit otherwise, you will be marked Not Yet Competent (NYC). Assessments submitted to the trainer/assessor after the due date may not be accepted, and you may have to a resubmission fee. Assessment appeals You may appeal the assessment decision if you do not agree with it. You may request an appeal two weeks from the date the results are issued. If you would like an assessment review, contact the Academic manager with a written response outlining your reasons for the appeal. This could be because of a request for special consideration or lodging a formal complaint about the assessment process itself. Learners with special needs will be accounted for by applying the principle of fairness within assessment marking. HONESTY OF WORK and PLAGIARISM DECLARATION 1. I know that plagiarism means taking and using the ideas, writings, works or inventions of other individual/s as if they were the ones of my own. I know that plagiarism not only includes verbatim copying, but also the extensive use of another person’s ideas without proper acknowledgement (which includes the proper use of quotation marks). I know that plagiarism covers this sort of use of material found in textual sources and from the Internet. 2. I acknowledge and understand that plagiarism is wrong. 3. I understand that my research must be accurately referenced. I have followed the rules and conventions concerning referencing, citation and the use of quotations. 4. This assignment is my own work, or my group’s own unique group assignment. I acknowledge that copying someone else’s assignment, or part of it, is wrong, and that submitting identical work to others constitutes a form of plagiarism.
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