Dissertation Proposal Marking Criteria – Global Homework Experts

Assessment 1 Dissertation Proposal Marking Criteria (15%)
Name:
Aneesh Sama Student ID: 2011790
Mark: 47% TASK 70 – 100% 60 – 69% 55 – 59% 50 – 54% 40 – 49% 39% > A working title
for the research
Title reflects fully the
intent of the research.
Potentially
publishable
Title is a good indication
of what the research
intends.
Title indicates the
intended research.
Title only alludes to the
research area.
Title does not reflect the
intended research area.
No sensible title submitted Introduction and
background
Introduces the reader
to the area of research
succinctly and with
insight.
Introduces the reader to
the area of research
succinctly and
knowledgeably.
Introduces the reader
to the area of research
in a sufficient manner.
Introduces the reader
to the area of research.
A poor description of
the area of research.
A very poor description of the area of
research
A Statement of
the aim.
Aim is academic,
excellently presented
shows clarity of
purpose. Clearly
understands the
meaning of Aim.
Aim is academic, well
presented but some very
minor changes required.
Meaning of Aim clearly
understood
Aim is somewhat
academic and well
presented but some
changes required to
make it workable.
Show some
understanding of what
Aim is.
Aim is somewhat
academic the changes
required to make the
project workable.
Meaning of Aim not
fully understood.
Meaning of Aim is
misunderstood, the aim
is unclear or
unworkable in this
context
Meaning of Aim is misunderstood
and badly written. It is unclear and
unrealistic or unworkable in this
context.
Research
questions
A clear, measurable,
appropriate scope and
“doable” within
timescale;
postgraduate level in
all aspects.
Clear measurable
appropriate in scope and
“doable” within
timescale but some very
minor changes required.
Research propose is at
an acceptable level; but
some changes will be
required
Research proposed is
below optimum level;
some significant
changes will be
required.
Research is either too
ambitious or lacks
ambition. They need to
revisit and scope aims
and deliverables.
Either confused, impractical, or well
below postgraduate expectation.
Deliverables
(Proposed
artefacts)
Deliverables of the
project are clear, well
defined, achievable
and well presented.
Deliverables of the
project are clear, well
defined, and achievable
but some very minor
changes required.
Deliverables proposer
at acceptable level; but
some changes will be
required.
Deliverables proposed
below an optimum
level; some significant
changes will be
required.
Deliverables proposer
unacceptable but
recoverable, significant
changes will be
required.
Deliverables proposer unacceptable.
Significant changes will be required.