This essay focuses on the title page.material included in the appendices. Please clearly indicate the word count on your title page.
ability to go straight to the point and avoid unnecessary details; evidence of use of valid, appropriate and relevant material; focus on answering the question and provision of adequate and relevant context; ability to avoid unnecessary repetition. Writing competence: evidence of general proofreading to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors .(which interfere with understanding) and appropriate use of discipline/subject specific terminology. You should also write the assignment in the third person. (i.e. you do not use ‘I’ or ‘we’). · Academic credibility and integrity.
appropriate use of resources and correct referencing style where applicable. SUBMISSION DETAILS Submit your individual report as an electronic MS Word document. (.docx or .doc file format) via the unit’s Turnitin submission box by the deadline. Use A4 size document. Times New Roman size 12 font, 1.5 spaced lines, and 2.54 cm margins. The maximum word count limit for this report is 2,000 words. The report must be correctly referenced, using the Harvard Referencing system .(Author Date Method), with both in-text references and a References list after the main body of the text.
The 3,500 word count limit includes tables and charts placed in the body of the text but it excludes the References list, the title page, table of contents, and material included in the appendices. Please clearly indicate the word count on your title page. There is no formal penalty based on a mathematical formula for exceeding the -word limit; however, inability to stay below the limit will be considered as a negative characteristic during the assessment process (taken as a proof of lack of editing) and will normally result in a lower mark, to account for the unfair advantage in opportunities for additional expression the extra word count may have provided. – use the E-Textbook – Bible – Introduction the New Testament Second Edition by Mark Allen Powell .
Firstly, be fast.
Secondly, be precise.
Secondly, be open.
Thirdly, use simple sentences.