Project marking Sheet
This project sheet is designed for marking but should inform discussions between the student and the tutor to assess progress throughout the project development. Milestones should be negotiated and progress can be recorded here.
| Project below pass level( 0 – 39) | Pass level project(40 - 59) | Merit Level project( 60 – 69) | Distinction level project( 70 – 100) | Abstract [10 marks] | Missing or no indication provided as to focus and outcome of project | Some indication as to focus and outcome of project but more clarity required | Clear summary of focus, direction and conclusions of project | Clear summary of focus, direction and conclusions of project placed in context of previous research. |
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Good use of referencing and citation of appropriate academic sources eg refereed journals. | Main body [40 marks]Outlining the problem, methodology, the key points of the work undertaken and the analysis | Poor problem definitionNo appropriate methodology apparent and limited collection and/or analysis of data | Reasonable project definitionSome appropriate methodology specified with minimal data collection and analysis. Argument developed through one main idea. | Well defined and realistic problem definition and aims.Appropriate methodology chosen and implemented with a suitable range of data collection and analysis. Argument developed through several strands | Clearly defined problem definition and aims meeting a gap highlighted in the literature review.Methodology fully justified and data collection critically analysed.Argument developed through several interconnected strands. | Results and conclusions  | Results not discussed and conclusions, if provided, not justified by project. | Some discussion of results showing how these linked to the project definition. | Results and conclusions provided with critical reflection on the problem as defined | Results and conclusion critically reflected upon in terms of previous research in the field | Evaluation of the project  – what was achieved, what wasn’t, future work | Minimal discussion of what was achieved and student’s strengths and weaknesses. No