Word count

Word count

Assignments that exceed the word count will have all words over the maximum limit discounted
and will not be taken into consideration when assigning a grade.
There is
no 10% allowance above the word count. The limit is the word count as stated in the
assignment brief.

You may submit work that is less than the word count but you are advised that anything
substantially short of the word count is an indication that you haven’t completed the full
requirements of the task to the depth required for a pass.
You must specify total word count on the front page of your report.

Not included in the word count Included in the word count
The cover sheet Headings and sub-headings
The appendix Text based tables
Numerical tables In-text citations
Reference list In-text citations for diagrams and charts
Text in diagrams
Contents page
List of figures
Executive summary (where required)

Tables

Tables should be used appropriately and as a way of categorising and displaying information in
an easy to look up format.

 

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All text based tables should be created in word and not imported as jpegs or other file types into
the document.

Tables presented in the body of the assignment should not include excessive amounts of text.
Diagrams & Charts


All charts and diagrams must be labelled correctly. E.g. Figure 1, Table 1.
Diagrams and charts can be imported as other file types and embedded into the document or
created within word.
Students blatantly misusing charts, diagrams, tables and embedded files to avoid being detected
in the word count will be subject to investigation in accordance with the Academic Malpractice
procedure.

Referencing
You are required to use only Harvard Referencing System in your submission. Any content which
is already published by other author(s) and is not referenced will be considered as a case of
plagiarism.

You can find further information on Harvard Referencing in the online library on the VLE. You can
use the following link to access this

information: http://my.bpp.com/vle/mod/data/view.php?d=223&rid=596

Referencing forms part of the assessment criteria and any referencing not in the Harvard
convention will be assessed as inaccurate
All content derived from the work of others whether summarised, paraphrased must be
referenced correctly using the Harvard Referencing System. This includes diagrams, charts and
tables copied from others.
Footnotes should not be used.

Anything that is not referenced that is not your original work will be regarded as plagiarism.
The School of Business and Technology has a strict policy regarding authenticity of
assessments. In proven instances of plagiarism or collusion, severe punishment will be imposed
on offenders. You are advised to read the rules and regulations regarding plagiarism and
collusion in the GARs and MOPP which are available on VLE in the Academic registry section.
Appendix



Items in the appendix of themselves do not contribute towards the final grade.
The appendix is for look up items only to support arguments in the main body of the assignment.
Appropriate use of an appendix that is well structured and provides relevant supporting
documentation will be assessed as part of the presentation and structure criteria within marking
guides but the content itself will not be marked.

 

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