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However always bear in mind that your tutor cannot specifically tell you what to write or how to write it, they can only give guidelines which you should try to follow.
If they give you more than “general” advice this has to be taken into account and marks will be lost.
There is also a much longer document on the JCQ website called “Instructions for conducting non-examination assessments” which you might want to look at to see the rules that Oxford Home Schooling and your tutor have to abide by.
The 30th November is the latest date that you can submit a different title for approval by AQA.
Before you start your coursework please read the Introduction to your course materials and the lessons relating to coursework/NEA.
You cannot submit your final NEA for marking unless your tutor has already seen at least 4 Tutor-marked assignments, as well as a plan and a draft, but this does not mean that you cannot start work on your NEA before you have completed 4 TMAs or that you have to wait until you come to the NEA section in the course. Also please be very much aware that 4TMAs will only be a small percentage (about 20%) of the course material that you have to cover.
Your work will be tested for plagiarism and if any is found your work will be rejected, the exam board informed and you will get no marks.
You will be required to send both an electronic and a paper version of your final project to your tutor by the 31st March. The paper version must also have a Candidate Record Form, signed and attached.