Assessment criteria OBU RAP is as follow:
Assessment of Research Report
The assessment of the RR, as follows, demonstrates the importance of the quality of the understanding of the accountancy/business models used in the RR and their application to the RAP project topic. Your ‘graduate’ skills will be assessed for a level of competence.
To achieve a pass in the RR you must gain one of the three Pass grades (A, B or C) for the ‘Technical and Professional Skills’ and demonstrate Competence in the ‘Graduate Skills’. The overall grade you get for the RR is that which is awarded for the ‘Technical and Professional Skills’ component of the RR.
|Technical and professional skills||Grade A, B, C or F|
|Understanding of accountancy /||K1|
|Application of accountancy /||D3|
|Evaluation of information,||T1|
|analysis and conclusions|
|Presentation of project findings||D6|
|Graduate skills||Competence / Non-|
|Information gathering and||T5|
|Research Report assessment||Grade A, B, C or F|
Assessment of Skills and Learning Statement
In the SLS, the student will be asked to reflect on the following four questions.
Reflect on what you have learnt from the meetings with your project mentor, including the presentation that you gave to your project mentor?
To what extent do you think you have achieved the RAP research objectives you set?
How have you demonstrated your interpersonal and communication skills during the project work?
Reflect on how undertaking the RAP helped you in your accountancy studies and/or current employment role?
The assessment for the SLS considers whether you have demonstrated competence in the ‘graduate’ skills of self-reflection and communication skills – specifically, the preparation and delivery of a presentation to your project mentor. To achieve a pass in the SLS you must demonstrate competence in both self-reflection and communication skills.
|Communication skills (including||T2|
|Skills and Learning Statement||Pass/Fail|
Details of the full assessment criteria for both the Research Report and the Skills and Learning statement are available in APPENDIX 1