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Completely follow the aglc 3 ed di a distinction

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Completely follow the AGLC (3 ed). Distinction (75 – 84%) A distinction paper will: Present some of the characteristics of a High Distinction paper. That means a distinction paper is likely to: Show a strong grasp of the relevant issues and present a supported argument, but not adequately address counter-argument; Be well-balanced in its approach, but occasionally uneven in weighting for different components, use of academic literature, or in quality of argument; Be well-written – with strong grammar, spelling, and syntax – but instances of redundant language or cumbersome style. Credit (65 – 74%) A Credit paper will: Identify relevant issues, and maintain an adequate focus on them. Be well-structured, exhibiting a balance of ideas throughout the essay. Exhibit a solid grasp of the materials and demonstrate some ability to engage with them critically.
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Discuss academic literature, but with insufficient context and analysis of the arguments. Move towards a solid argument. Be adequately written, while showing errors in paragraph structure, grammar, spelling, or syntax. Be adequately and appropriately referenced according to the AGLC. Show features of a proper Introduction – identifying the thesis and structure – and Conclusion.
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