With more than 14 years as a former marker on the actual Oxford Brookes ACCA BSc marking team I have expert knowledge of the requirements to pass
As a teacher with many years’ experience I understand the sorts of issues that are faced when doing academic work for the first time
Having completed a Masters dissertation myself I am able to explain the rules and principles for good referencing in simple terms (referencing is one of the most common reasons for failure)
I can guide you on what effective analysis and evaluation means (evaluation and analysis is the most frequent reason for failure)
Having worked in business I have had personal experience of putting together and structuring professional reports
In short absolute mentoring offers a Five Star complete mentoring service, the best and perfect way to lead to success !
What I offer:
I can absolutely guarantee that you will not find a better mentor for your Research & Analysis Project as no one else (unless you are able to find another Oxford Brookes marker who is mentoring) has the same amount of expertise I have. During my years as a marker I have literally marked thousands of Research and Analysis projects, written feedback to students and assisted with curriculum development – so when it comes to the RAP it really is a case of what I don’t know about RAP work could be written on the back of a postage stamp
With my intimate knowledge of what needs to go into producing a good well researched and analysed project and your hard work you are assured of the best chance of a successful first submission – and a high grade if you are prepared to put in the extra effort.
If you are resubmitting, I can focus you on understanding all the feedback and help with jargon busting ‘marker-speak’, directing you on how to eliminate the weaknesses in your work and concentrating on the aspects that are essential to meet the assessment criteria for a pass and thereby guiding you to a successful resubmission.
I am delighted to announce that ALL of my Period 37 students were successful with the work they submitted (including those who had failed previously using a different mentor) and have been awarded the BSc degree Applied Accounting
At the end of mentoring and the completion of your report you are more than likely to be able to corroborate the sentiments of my students, one of whom from P 38 summed this up as
“Although hard at times I have genuinely enjoyed the challenge and feel very proud at what I have achieved” (Saskia)