ACCG923 Accounting Standards and Practice
Session 1, 2012
Assessment percentage: 15%
Mark allocation: This assignment will account for 15% of the total marks towards
your final assessment. Your lecturers will mark the technical component of the
assignment, and this will be marked out of 10. Centre for Macquarie English (CME)
will assess your writing skills. This component will be marked out of 5.
Due: Week 7 classes (Starting from 23
You must submit two hard copies of your assignments (with completed and signed
cover sheets and your originality report from TURNITIN attached to both copies) to
your lecturer during your class time only.
The instructions on how to register, submit your assignment and prepare the
originality report will be available on iLearn under the assignment folder.
You must clearly state your lecturer’s name and the time and day of your lecture.
Clearly mark COPY 1 and COPY 2 on each assignment.
Format requirements: “Times New Roman”, size 12 with 1.5 line spacing
If students are unable to submit the assignment on time due to illness or misadventure,
then they should contact the Unit Convenor prior to the due date and hand in the
appropriate absence form. It is important for students to provide proof of such
circumstance (eg. Medical certificate covering absence date and subsequent days until
submission). No penalty will apply if the evidence provided is approved by the Unit
Convenor and covers the entire period prior to submission.
No extension will be granted for students who are enrolled late in this subject.
Any submission after your class is considered as late assignment and it will not be
accepted by your lecturer. For example, if students submit the assignment after their
class time, but still within the same day, they will also be penalized for late
submission. For late assignment, students must submit at BEGC (E4A Level 2). Late
submission will be penalized at the rate of 10% of the maximum marks per day or
The policy statement on cheating and plagiarism is a cornerstone of academic
integrity at Macquarie University. All students are responsible for familiarizing
themselves with the policy, seeking further advice if necessary and complying with it
at all times. If you use any material, for example textbooks, journal articles, etc, to
support your answer, you are to use the Harvard Style of referencing in your answer
for both in-text and bibliography referencing.
Assignments not in accordance with ALL of the above instructions MAY NOT be