The introduction should include the following components:-
Background and context of the work;
Aim of the work;
Overview of the work;
Statement of main achievements, results or conclusions;
Structure of the report outlined.
A good introduction will cover the above points in a clear and concise manner with an
amount of depth appropriate to the topic.
After reading the Introduction, a reader (perhaps the external examiner) should be able
to answer the following questions:-
(i) What is the background to the project?
(ii) What is the aim of the work?
(iii) What general methods/techniques have been used?
(iv) What are the main achievements, results or conclusions?
(v) Where in the report can details of each of the main achievements etc be
Is there evidence of the use and interpretation of appropriate background
Is there evidence, if appropriate, of the use of a range of given reference material and
further reading at an appropriate level?
Has the student introduced, explained and used correctly technical terms and methods
appropriate to the topic?
Depth and progress
Has the student made appropriate progress bearing in mind level, breadth and depth?
Understanding and interpretation
Is there evidence of logical development and selection of relevant material?
Does the student demonstrate understanding and interpretation of all aspects of the
Is there evidence in the report that the student understands and can interpret what they
have done, by the use of suitable illustrative examples or other means?
Development and results
Is there evidence of the use of specific statistical/probabilistic techniques and/or
computing/statistical/mathematical packages (as appropriate) to produce “results”?
Has the student obtained sufficient results bearing in mind the nature of the topic?
Have the aims of the project/dissertation been met?
Is there evidence that the student has done more than simply regurgitated reference
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