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FACULTY OFLAW AND BUSINESS

 

PETER FABER BUSINESS SCHOOL

 

North Sydney, Melbourne

 

SEMESTER2 2016

 

BAFN600:FINANCE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS

 

UNIT OUTLINE

 

Credit points: 10

 

Prerequisites / incompatibles: ACCT600 Accounting for Decision Making

 

It is your responsibility as a student to ensure that you have the prerequisites for a

 

particular unit. You may not enrol in this unit if you have previously passed, or are

 

currently enrolled in, any unit identified as incompatible with this unit. If you do not

 

meet these requirements, then you must see your Course Coordinator.

 

Campus: Melbourne

 

Lecturer in Charge: Dr Bulend Terzioglu

 

Office location: Level 7, 250 Victoria Parade

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Contact me: by email

 

Consultation times: Tuesday 2.00-3.00

 

Campus: North Sydney

 

Lecturer in Charge: Dr Nicholas Boamah

 

Office location: Level 10, Tenison Woods House, North Sydney

 

Email:

 

[email protected]

 

Contact me by email

 

Consultation times: 2 ? 4 pm, Friday

 

National Lecturer-in-Charge (NLIC)

 

Professor Donald Ross

 

Office location: Level 10, Tenison Woods House, North Sydney

 

Email:

 

[email protected]

 

Contact me by email

 


 

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All queries should initially be directed to the campus lecturer. The campus lecturer

 

will consult with the NLIC if necessary.

 

Description: This unit provides an overview of financial management tools used in

 

analysing and developing strategies for making business decisions and enhancing

 

shareholder value for the long term. The unit specifically focuses on the three major

 

financing decisions faced by all firms; raising capital, investing, and optimising return

 

to shareholders. The unit will place emphasis on identifying and analysing financial

 

data using appropriate statistical and mathematical techniques with a view to

 

formulating responsible financial management plans.

 

Mode/attendance pattern: On-campus or mixed mode, consisting of lectures,

 

seminars, and workshops.

 

Duration: One three-hour workshop each week on campus during a 12 weeksemester or equivalent in intensive mode over two block weekends. Students will

 

require 150 hours of study for this unit, including class attendance, readings and

 

assignment preparation. You should anticipate undertaking 150 hours of study for

 

this unit, including class attendance, readings and assignment preparation.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

The BAFN600 course is a professional program that requires development of particular

 

attributes for accreditation purposes. These are also included in the learning outcomes.

 

On successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:

 

1. Analyse the goals, approaches, and ethical issues related to financial management

 

practices. (GA3, GA5, GA6, GA7, GA10)

 

2. Apply risk and return relationships to the valuation of financial assets. (GA3, GA5,

 

GA6, GA7, GA10)

 

3. Employ capital budgeting techniques to assess the financial benefits and costs of

 

competing investment projects. (GA3, GA5, GA6, GA7, GA10)

 

4. Calculate and apply relevant costs of various types of capital to investment projects.

 

(GA3, GA5, GA6, GA7, GA10)

 

5. Examine the issues involved in raising debt and equity capital for the firm in terms of

 

their impact on the firm?s financial structure and risk. (GA3, GA5, GA6, GA7, GA10)

 

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

 

Each unit in your course contributes in some way to the development of the ACU

 

Graduate Attributes which you should demonstrate by the time you complete your

 

course. You can view the ACU Graduate Attributes for all courses at

 

http://www.acu.edu.au/204356. All Australian universities have their expected graduate

 

attributes ? ACU?s Graduate Attributes have a greater emphasis on ethical behaviour

 

and community responsibility than those of many other universities. All of your units will

 

enable you to develop some attributes.

 

On successful completion of this unit, you should have developed your ability to:

 

GA3 apply ethical perspectives in informed decision making

 

GA5 demonstrate values, knowledge, skills and attitudes appropriate to the discipline

 

and/or profession

 


 

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GA6 solve problems in a variety of settings taking local and international perspectives

 

into account

 

GA7 work both autonomously and collaboratively

 

GA10 utilise information and communication and other relevant technologies effectively

 

CONTENT

 

Topics will include:

 


 


 

Goals and functions of financial management

 


 


 


 


 

Ethics and financial management

 

Financial planning and working capital management

 


 


 


 

Risk and return relationships and the valuation of financial assets

 


 


 


 

Capital budgeting

 


 


 


 


 

Cost of capital, leverage and capital structure

 

Financing through debt and equity capital

 


 


 


 

Dividend policy

 


 

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND STUDENT FEEDBACK

 

This unit has been evaluated through the ?Student Evaluation of Learning and Teaching?

 

(SELT) online surveys. Since its last delivery, the assessment structure for the unit has

 

been amended. A mid semester exam has been removed from the unit and has been

 

replaced by an individual assignment. SELT surveys are usually conducted at the end

 

of the teaching period. Your practical and constructive feedback is valuable to improve

 

the quality of the unit. Please ensure you complete the SELT survey for the unit. You

 

can also provide feedback at other times to the unit lecturers, course coordinators and/or

 

through student representatives.

 


 

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SCHEDULE

 


 

The scheduling below informs on the general delivery of the unit. Campus variations

 

may arise to cater for local timetabling and state-specific public holidays. For the

 

most up-to-date information, please check your LEO unit, and note advice from your

 

lecturer for changes to this schedule.

 

Week

 


 

W/c

 


 

Topics

 


 

Readings (Parrino et al. (2014)

 


 

1

 


 

1 Aug 2016

 


 

Introduction

 


 

Ch1

 


 

2

 


 

8 Aug 2016

 


 

Time value of money

 


 

Ch5, 6

 


 

3

 


 

15 Aug 2016

 


 

Key statistical concepts for finance I

 


 

Berenson et al. (Reading list)

 


 

4

 


 

22 Aug 2016

 


 

Key statistical concepts for finance II

 


 

Berenson et al. (Reading list)

 


 

5

 


 

29 Aug 2016

 


 

Risk and return

 


 

Ch7

 


 

6

 


 

5 Sept 2016

 


 

Bond valuation

 


 

7

 


 

12 Sept 2016 Share valuation

 


 

Ch8

 

Individual assignment due

 

Ch9

 


 

8

 


 

19 Sept 2016

 


 

Capital budgeting

 


 

Ch10, 11

 


 

26 Sept 2016

 


 

UA VACATION WEEK

 


 

9

 


 

3 Oct 2016

 


 

Cost of capital & capital structure

 


 

Ch13, 16

 


 

10

 


 

10 Oct 2016

 


 

Working capital management

 


 

11

 


 

17 Oct 2016

 


 

Dividend policy

 


 

Ch14

 

Group assignment due

 

Ch17

 


 

12

 


 

24 Oct 2016

 


 

Wrap up and exam briefing

 


 

ASSESSMENT

 

In order to pass this unit, you are required to achieve an overall score of at least 50%

 

and attempt all assessment tasks.

 

The assessment tasks for this unit are designed for you to demonstrate your

 

achievement of each learning outcome. All submissions of assessments and

 

assignments must be submitted electronically via Turnitin. There will be no paper

 

submissions.

 


 

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Assessment

 

tasks

 

Individual

 

assignment

 

Group

 

assignment

 

Final

 

examination

 


 

Due date

 


 

Weighting

 


 

25%

 


 

Learning

 

outcomes

 

assessed

 

1

 


 

Graduate

 

attributes

 

assessed

 

3,5,6,7,10

 


 

5 Sept 2016

 

10 Oct 2016

 


 

25%

 


 

2,5

 


 

3,5,6,7,10

 


 

Examination Period

 

(7-27 Nov 2016)

 


 

50%

 


 

2,3,4,5

 


 

3,5,6,7,10

 


 

Assessment 1: Individual Assignment

 

This is an individual assignment in the form of a report on the topic specified in Appendix

 

1.

 

Due date

 

Weighting

 

Length/format

 

Learning outcomes assessed

 

How to submit

 

Return of assignment

 


 

: 5 September 2016, 17.00

 

: 25%

 

: 1,500 ±10% words

 

:1

 

: via LEO/Turnitin

 

: Within two weeks

 


 

Assessment 2: Group Assignment

 

This is a group assignment in the form of a report on the topic specified in Appendix 2.

 

Due date

 

Weighting

 

Length/format

 

Learning outcomes assessed

 

How to submit

 

Return of assignment

 


 

: 10 October 2016, 17.00

 

: 25%

 

: 3,000 ±10% words

 

: 2, 5

 

: via LEO/Turnitin

 

: Within two weeks

 


 

Assessment 3: Final Examination

 

Due date

 

: TBA

 

Weighting

 

: 50%

 

Length/format

 

: 2 hours closed book

 

Learning outcomes assessed

 

: 2-5

 

How to submit

 

: via LEO/Turnitin

 

Return of assignment

 

: Within two weeks

 

REFERENCING

 

This unit requires you to use the Harvard referencing system.

 

See the ?Academic referencing? page from the Office of Student Success for more

 

details.

 

ACU POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

 

It is your responsibility to read and familiarise yourself with ACU policies and regulations,

 

including regulations on examinations; review and appeals; acceptable use of IT facilities;

 

and conduct and responsibilities. These are in the ACU Handbook, available from the

 

website. The Unit Outline Resources page (http://students.acu.edu.au/241467) contains

 

several important links as a starting point.

 


 

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Assessment Policy and Procedures

 

You must read the Assessment Policy and Assessment Procedures in the University

 

Handbook: they include rules on deadlines; penalties for late submission; extensions;

 

and special consideration. If you have any queries on Assessment Policy, please see

 

your Lecturer in Charge.

 

Academic integrity

 

You have the responsibility to submit only work which is your own, or which properly

 

acknowledges the thoughts, ideas, findings and/or work of others. The Framework for

 

Academic Integrity and the Academic Honesty Policy are available from the website.

 

Please read them, and note in particular that plagiarism, collusion and recycling of

 

assignments are not acceptable. Penalties for academic dishonesty can vary in severity,

 

and can include being excluded from the course.

 

Turnitin

 

The ?Turnitin? application (a text-matching tool) will be used in this unit, in order to

 

enable:

 

students to improve their academic writing by identifying possible areas of poor

 

citation and referencing in their written work; and

 

teaching staff to identify areas of possible plagiarism in students? written work.

 

While Turnitin can help in identifying problems with plagiarism, avoiding plagiarism is

 

more important. Information on avoiding plagiarism is available from the Academic Skills

 

Unit. For any assignment that has been created to allow submission through Turnitin

 

(check the Assignment submission details for each assessment task), you should submit

 

your draft well in advance of the due date (ideally, several days before) to ensure that

 

you have time to work on any issues identified by Turnitin. On the assignment due date,

 

lecturers will have access to your final submission and the Turnitin Originality Report.

 

STUDENT SUPPORT

 

If you are experiencing difficulties with learning, life issues or pastoral/spiritual concerns,

 

or have a disability/medical condition which may impact on your studies, you are advised

 

to notify your Lecturer in Charge, Course Coordinator and/or one of the services listed

 

below as soon as possible. For all aspects of support please contact the Office of

 

Student Success.

 

Academic Skills offers a variety of services, including workshops (on topics such as

 

assignment writing, time management, reading strategies, referencing), drop-in

 

sessions, group appointments and individual consultations. It has a 24-hour online

 

booking system for individual or group consultations.

 

Campus Ministry offers pastoral care, spiritual leadership and opportunities for you

 

to be involved with community projects.

 

The Career Development Service can assist you with finding employment,

 

preparing a resume and employment application and preparing for interviews.

 

The Counselling Service is a free, voluntary, confidential and non-judgmental

 

service open to all students and staffed by qualified social workers or registered

 

psychologists.

 

Disability Services can assist you if you need educational adjustments because of

 

a disability or chronic medical condition; please contact them as early as possible.

 

Indigenous Units on each campus provide information and support for students.

 

The Unit Outline Resources web page (http://students.acu.edu.au/241467) provides

 

links for each service.

 

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ONLINE RESOURCES AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

 

The LEO page for this unit contains further readings/ discussion forums.

 

TEXTS AND REFERENCES:

 

Required text(s)

 

Parrino, R., Kidwell, D.S., Au Yong, HH., Morkel-Kingsbury, N., Dempsey, M., and Murray, J

 

2014. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd.,

 

Milton, QLD.

 


 

Recommended references

 


 

Berk, J, DeMarzo, P, Harford J, Ford, G & Finch, N 2014, Fundamentals of corporate

 

finance, Pearson Australia, 2nd edn, Frenchs Forest, NSW. ISBN: 978 1486042197

 

Berenson et al, 2012. Basic Business Statistics: Concepts and Applications 3rd Ed.

 

Pearson Australia, French?s Forest NSW.

 

Brealey, R, Myers, S & Marcus, A 2012, Fundamentals of corporate finance, 7th edn,

 

McGraw-Hill Australia, Sydney.

 

Gitman, LJ, Juchau, R & Flanagan, J 2011, Principles of managerial finance, 6th

 

edn, Pearson Education Australia, Sydney.

 

Parrino, R, Kidwell, DS, Au Yong, HH, Morkel-Kingsbury, N, Dempsey, M & Murray,

 

J 2014, Fundamentals of corporate finance, 2nd edn, John Wiley & Sons Australia,

 

Milton.

 

Peirson, G, Brown, R, Easton, S, Howard, P & Oinder, S 2015, Business finance,

 

12th edn, McGraw-Hill Australia, Sydney.

 

Ross, SA, Bianchi, RJ, Christensen, MJ, Drew, ME, Westerfield, RW & Jordan, BD,

 

2014, Fundamentals of corporate finance, 6th edn, McGraw-Hill Australia, Sydney.

 

Relevant Academic Journals:

 

Accounting and Finance, Financial Management,

 

Pacific-Basin Finance Journal,

 

JASSA, Journal of Finance,

 

Journal of Financial Economics

 

Selected Websites:

 


 

Australian Stock Exchange ASX www.asx.com.au

 

Australian Financial Review www.afr.com.au

 

Australian Securities and Investments Commission www.asic.gov.au

 

Bloomberg.com

 

Morningstar.com

 

MSN Money.com

 


 

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Reserve Bank of Australia www.rba.gov.au

 

Reuters.com

 

Sydney Futures Exchange www.sfe.com.au

 

Wall Street Journal www.wsj.com/

 

Yahoo finance Australian site: https://au.finance.yahoo.com/

 

Further references

 

See LEO

 

Extended reading

 

See LEO

 

APPENDICES

 

APPENDIX 1 : ASSIGNMENT 1 ? 25%

 

Assignment 1 is an individual report on the following topic:

 

The 2014/15 annual report for Dick Smith Holdings, a major electronics retailer,

 

published in August 2015 was upbeat about the prospects for the company and yet only

 

5 months later it went into administration.

 

The administration was followed by suspension of trading in its shares via the ASX. The

 

company?s press release announcing the administration referred to disappointing sales

 

and cash generation in the second quarter of the 2015/16 financial year. Many small

 

investors have, collectively, lost millions of dollars because of this collapse. Many people

 

are now asking how such positive messages in August can be followed by such

 

disappointing results for the period October to December of the same year and whether

 

the original messages were accurate. The Chief Executive of the company has

 

subsequently resigned. Many people, including the founder of the company Dick Smith,

 

have also criticised the former owners of the business, Anchorage Capital Partners. The

 

suggestion is that Anchorage Capital Partners misrepresented the true value and

 

prospects of the firm when it listed the business on the ASX in 2013. Your assignment is

 

to provide a brief summary of the ownership history of the Dick Smith brand and

 

consider the ethical dilemmas facing two separate sets of people:

 


 


 

Anchorage Capital Partners in respect of the flotation of the business, and

 


 


 


 

The directors and senior executives of Dick Smith Holdings in respect of statements

 

made in the 2014/15 report and accounts.

 


 

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Marking Guide

 

Section

 

Introduction

 

History of ownership

 

Discussion of ethical considerations facing Anchorage Capital Partners

 

Discussion of ethical considerations facing DSH directors and senior

 

executives

 

Conclusions

 

Discretionary (e.g. spelling, grammar, presentation)

 

Total

 


 

Available marks

 

1

 

2

 

7

 

7

 

5

 

3

 

25

 


 

Assessment Criteria

 

The submission will be assessed against the following criteria:

 

Thoroughness of research;

 


 


 

Consideration of conflicting demands, duties and priorities;

 


 


 


 

Coherence of arguments;

 


 


 


 

Consistency of arguments through the submission;

 


 


 


 

Attention to detail.

 


 


 


 

The assignment carries a word limit of 1500±10% words excluding references and

 

appendices.

 


 


 


 

The assignment is to be submitted via LEO/Turnitin and will be checked for originality.

 


 


 


 

A Turnitin similarity score of 10% or greater will be considered cause for concern.

 


 


 


 

Any student submitting his/her assignment after the deadline but within 72 hours of it will

 

be penalised 10% of the maximum mark available for the assignment. Any submissions

 

after this time will receive a zero mark.

 


 

Assessment Rubric - Assignment 1

 

HD

 


 

DI

 


 

CR

 


 

PA

 


 

NN

 


 

Introduction

 


 

A concise statement clearly

 

explaining the purpose of the

 

report, sources used to answer

 

questions and a brief summary of

 

conclusions reached and the

 

order of presentation

 


 

A very good introduction

 

describing aims, sources

 

used and the conclusions

 

reached and the order of

 

presentation,

 


 

A good introduction

 

describing aims, sources

 

used and the conclusions

 

reached and the order of

 

presentation,

 


 

Brief introduction without

 

fully describing aims,

 

sources used and the

 

conclusions reached and

 

the order of presentation,

 


 

A scrappy presentation,

 

untidy or rushed, or no

 

introduction at all.

 


 

Knowledge

 


 

Displays an excellent grasp of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed good

 

understanding of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed above-average

 

grasp of the material,

 

applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed some

 

understanding of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed a poor grasp of

 

the material, applications

 

and implications.

 


 

Arguments

 


 

Demonstrates exceptionally

 

insightful and interesting

 

arguments. A highly-structured

 

and comprehensive response to

 

the task.

 


 

Demonstrates high

 

standard of insight and

 

originality..

 


 

Arguments with reasonable

 

support

 


 

Arguments are generally

 

plausible with some

 

evidence.

 


 

Arguments are implausible

 

and unsubstantiated.

 


 

Research

 


 

Extensive and relevant research

 


 

Substantial research

 


 

Adequate research

 


 

Some research

 


 

Report organisation

 


 

Extraordinary

 

organised

 

presentation with respect to

 

organisation, clarity of expression,

 

grammar, punctuation, pagination,

 

spacing)

 


 

Extraordinary

 

presentation

 


 

Adequate organisation

 


 

Not always

 

concise

 


 

Referencing

 


 

Accurate

 

and

 

consistently

 

referencing with no error

 


 

Correct referencing

 

minor errors

 


 

Mostly

 

referencing

 


 

Reasonably

 

referencing

 


 

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Fails to address the

 

question posed.

 


 

organised

 


 

with

 


 

accurate

 


 

Limited and /or irrelevant

 

research

 

clear

 


 

or

 


 

accurate

 


 

Disorganised, incoherent

 

or no referencing

 


 

Poor referencing

 


 

APPENDIX 2 : ASSIGNMENT 2 ? 25%

 

Assignment 2 is a group assignment on the following topic:

 

Dick Smith Holdings (DSH) went into voluntary administration in January 2016.

 

In the second half of 2015, many shareholders began to lose confidence in the business

 

and there was a steady sell-off of shares, sometimes with considerable volumes of sales

 

and reduction in share price as large investors sold major holdings (see below).

 


 

Source: ASX, Feb 2016.

 

Administrators are now trying to find a buyer for the business as a going concern.

 

Your assignment is to:

 


 


 

Research and analyse the share price history of DSH from its launch to the date of

 

administration;

 


 


 


 

Estimate and interpret the ? (beta) for DSH using data from its launch on the ASX in

 

2013 to June 30 2015.

 


 


 


 

Discuss whether there were any warning signs emerging from the company?s

 

published statements and data about impending cash flow problems.

 


 


 


 

Estimate the current value of the DSH business as a going concern.

 


 


 


 

Discuss how a potential buyer could and should structure the capital required to

 

make the purchase and ensure the future, including a discussion of the cost of this

 

capital.

 


 

Marking Guide

 

Introduction

 

Share price history

 

? estimate and interpretation

 

Analysis of published data

 

Valuation

 

Discussion of capital structure

 

Discussion and estimate of cost of capital

 

Discretionary (e.g. spelling, grammar, presentation)

 

Total

 


 

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1

 

2

 

1

 

6

 

5

 

3

 

4

 

3

 

25

 


 

Assessment Criteria

 

The submission will be assessed against the following criteria:

 

Thoroughness of research;

 


 


 

Thoroughness and credibility of assumptions;

 


 


 


 

Use of appropriate tools and techniques to address the questions;

 


 


 


 

Coherence of arguments;

 


 


 


 

Consistency of arguments through the submission;

 


 


 


 

Attention to detail.

 


 


 


 

Groups will comprise 3 or 4 students.

 


 


 


 

The assignment carries a word limit of 3,000 ±10% words excluding references and

 

appendices.

 


 


 


 

The assignment is to be submitted via LEO/Turnitin and will be checked for originality.

 


 


 


 

A Turnitin similarity score of 10% or greater will be considered cause for concern.

 


 


 


 

Any group submitting its assignment after the deadline but within 72 hours of it will be

 

penalised 10% of the maximum mark available for the assignment. Any submissions

 

after this time will receive a zero mark.

 


 


 


 

Groups are to notify their local lecturer of the members in a group by 17.00 on 10

 

October 2016. Any student who has not notified the local lecturer of his/her group

 

affiliation by this time will be allocated into a group at random.

 


 

Assessment rubric: Assignment 2

 

HD

 


 

DI

 


 

CR

 


 

PA

 


 

NN

 


 

Introduction

 


 

A concise statement clearly

 

explaining the purpose of the

 

report, sources used to answer

 

questions and a brief summary of

 

conclusions reached and the

 

order of presentation

 


 

A very good introduction

 

describing aims, sources

 

used and the conclusions

 

reached and the order of

 

presentation,

 


 

A good introduction

 

describing aims, sources

 

used and the conclusions

 

reached and the order of

 

presentation,

 


 

Brief introduction without

 

fully describing aims,

 

sources used and the

 

conclusions reached and

 

the order of presentation,

 


 

A scrappy presentation,

 

untidy or rushed, or no

 

introduction at all.

 


 

Knowledge

 


 

Displays an excellent grasp of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed good

 

understanding of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed above-average

 

grasp of the material,

 

applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed some

 

understanding of the

 

material, applications and

 

implications.

 


 

Displayed a poor grasp of

 

the material, applications

 

and implications.

 


 

Arguments

 


 

Demonstrates exceptionally

 

insightful and interesting

 

arguments. A highly-structured

 

and comprehensive response to

 

the task.

 


 

Demonstrates high

 

standard of insight and

 

originality.

 


 

Arguments with reasonable

 

support

 


 

Arguments are generally

 

plausible with some

 

evidence.

 


 

Arguments are implausible

 

and unsubstantiated.

 


 

Research

 


 

Extensive and relevant research

 


 

Substantial research

 


 

Adequate research

 


 

Some research

 


 

Report organisation

 


 

Extraordinary

 

organised

 

presentation with respect to

 

organisation, clarity of expression,

 

grammar, punctuation, pagination,

 

spacing)

 


 

Extraordinary

 

presentation

 


 

Adequate organisation

 


 

Not always

 

concise

 


 

Referencing

 


 

Accurate

 

and

 

consistently

 

referencing with no error

 


 

Correct referencing

 

minor errors

 


 

Mostly

 

referencing

 


 

Reasonably

 

referencing

 


 

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Fails to address the

 

question posed.

 


 

organised

 


 

with

 


 

accurate

 


 

Limited and /or irrelevant

 

research

 

clear

 


 

or

 


 

accurate

 


 

Disorganised, incoherent

 

or no referencing

 


 

Poor referencing

 


 

 







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