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1. DO NOT WRITE IN THE FINAL ASSESSMENT BOOK. 2. YOUR ASESSMENT MUST BE *COMPUTER TYPED USING THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. PAGE SET UP Page Margins Header Each page must include a 4 cm left margin and a 4 cm right margin to allow for assessor notes when marking. Each page must include a header margin stating your Student Name, Student Number and the Subject Code / Title so assessors can clearly identify the correct student and the subject being marked.
(Eg. Joe Bloggs SN: 2122232405 Subject: CHCNET1C Participate in Networks)
Each page must include a footer margin with page numbers.
(Eg. Page 3 of 28)
Font Size Font Type
Size 12 (Font Size 14 is acceptable where student requires larger font for reading.) Use a simple Sans Serif or Mono Script Font only.
(Eg. Arial, Arial Unicode MS, Calibri, Comic Sans MS, Franklin Gothic Book, Gill Sans MT, Lucida Sans, Lucida Sans Unicode, Microsoft Sans Serif, MS Reference Sans Serif, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Trebuchet MS, Verdana.)
DOCUMENT LAYOUT Titles / Task Headings
Clearly re‐type the assessment activity / task number and question in BOLD type before your type your answer it. This is so your assessor knows what tasks they are marking as task numbers alone are not sufficient. Check that you have fully answered each the questions and have removed spelling and grammatical errors using. Ensure your final draft is logical and well presented for marking. Use a single clip or staple only to attach your typed assessment to the rear of the assessment booklet once completed.
Corrections / Checking Final Layout Compiling the Final Draft
3. REFER TO EXAMPLE SET OUT OVERLEAF.
* Students who are unable to complete the assessment as a computer typed document must negotiate the terms of the assessment with their assessor prior to submitting their work. Students should be advised that ALL persons who seek to gain employment in the Community Services industry will be required to demonstrate satisfactory computing skills as part of the employability requirement of this training.