Physiological adaptations from concurrent training on Team sports Athletes
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Presentation of Work, Referencing and Word Counts
The quality of essay presentation is important.
Students are expected to word process assessed coursework and word should be submitted in a Microsoft Office compatible format.
Normally, 10% of the marks for assessed coursework are awarded for presentation, referencing, spelling and grammar. Work that is correctly referenced or otherwise neatly presented will score more highly for presentation than work that is not.
In addition for this programme, unless otherwise instructed work should be:
• Double line spaced
• Justified to both borders
• Size 12 font
• Times New Roman font
• Paragraphs separated by an extra line and not indented
• Identified by regnum only
• Page numbered
• 2 cm margins (top, bottom, left and right)
These presentation guidelines are also described in a lecture in the study skills module (SAC7000).
All referencing should be completed in APA style (6th Edition). An APA manual is easily purchased online. APA guidelines will also be explored in the study skills module.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition)
Further information can be found at:
The assignments for this course have word limits associated with them. This encourages you to be selective about the information you include and to write concisely. You are expected to keep within +/- 10% of this word limit and must provide a word count on the mark/cover sheet, otherwise your mark may be penalised as shown below.
• No penalty for up to 10% above or below word limit
• Penalty of 10% of final mark if 10-25% above word limit
• Fail if more than 25% above or if word count not indicated on assignment
• 1 or 2 marks deducted for incomplete cover sheets
Word counts include in-text citations, but do not include the reference list, the content of tables, or table and figure legends.