• This is a major issue in all assignments and will feature in all the exams you do as well. Some answers seemed to think the essay was about the effects of CNS diseases, others about the severity of CNS diseases. We can only mark what you put in front of us; we cannot reinterpret your answers as we think they should have been answered.
• The question said ‘discuss’. It is not enough to describe one disease, then describe the other, then say something like ‘as you can see, the CNS and the rest of the body are very similar…’.At a minimum, you should be describing one disease, then talking about the other with reference to the first (that can be as simple as ‘In contrast to (disease 1), (disease 2) does not…’). Even better, aspects of both diseases should be dealt with in turn (eg the role of cytokines in both diseases, the contrasting effects of the physical changes in inflammation at the two anatomical sites, etc). This ability to deal with things at a more abstract level indicates understanding and gets good marks.
• Simply filling the essay with detail without using that detail to address the question is counter-productive. Some of the best answers were those that used detail to support the arguments put forward, with little or no irrelevant detail left in.
• There seemed to be a tendency to write lots about the brain and then mention the counter-example in the rest of the body almost as an afterthought. In extreme cases, no counter-example was given at all! Again, we can only mark what is in front of us.
• You need to use good quality references (journals/books rather than websites) and cite them where appropriate in the text. Authoritative references and their citation adds authority to your work and makes it more impressive! No set amount of sources but needs to be all referenced clearly and properly from journals wherever possible.
• Try to structure your essay to organise its ‘flow’; this can be something as simple as using paragraph returns appropriately. Use headings, have an introduction and a conclusion, label you tables/figures with figure/table numbers, legends and sources.
• poor expression. This is a final year assignment, so naturally you are asked to discuss some quite complex topics; putting over complex ideas is not helped by poor use of punctuation, bad grammar and lack of clarity. Give your work a good proofread before submission
word limit. I didn’t mind folk going over the word ‘limit’ (though once past about 2500 words it could get tedious – and more words did not guarantee more marks!) but there really is no excuse for submitting fewer than 1500. How on earth can the subject of the essay question be exhausted/summarised in 700 words? Where submissions were more than 5% or so short, I adjusted the mark accordingly.
You need to use good quality references (journals/books rather than websites) and cite them where appropriate in the text. If you make an assertion about something that is not really obvious’, then you need to put a citation in; otherwise, what are we supposed to believe, that you are responsible for that observation? And if we know that you were not responsible and didn’t cite, then how are we to know when you do make your own observations? Authoritative references and their citation adds authority to your work and makes it more impressive!
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