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Coursework is generally understood as a task or activity where work is assigned by a teacher or instructor, completed by the student during the course of study, within a set timescale and assessed as part of the entire course. Coursework is usually assessed as part of the student's grade in the course and is associated with continuous assessment as a means of delivering a student-centred curriculum. This can occur as a mix of oral and peer assessment as well as written work or group tasks linked to an awarding organisation's controlled assessment task. A controlled assessment task is one where the student carries out the work, but, for part of ...

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