Survey research and design in psychology/Assessment/Lab report/General marking criteria

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Lab report - General marking criteria

Within each of the lab report sections, marking will reflect these general criteria:

  1. 70%: Quality of execution of the task
    (e.g., review literature and develop hypotheses, describe method, summarise results, discuss findings)
  2. 10%: Quality of written expression
    (structure and headings, flow, sentence and paragraph structure, spelling, and grammar)
  3. 10%: Contribution to a cohesive, meaningful report
    (i.e., a story that makes sense - with sections that are not disjointed)
  4. 10%: APA style