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BMGT 495 – Project 2: Tool Analysis (Week 4)
NOTE: All submitted work is to be your original work (only your work). You may not use any work from another student, the Internet or an online clearinghouse. You are expected to understand the Academic Integrity Policy, and know that it is your responsibility to learn about instructor and general academic expectations with regard to proper citation of sources as specified in the APA Publication Manual, 7th Ed. (You are held accountable for in-text citations and an associated reference list only).
Project 2 is due week 4 unless otherwise changed by the instructor.
Purpose
This project is the second of four projects. It also represents the second part of the external environmental analysis that is part of a strategic management plan. You will use the tools and apply concepts learned in this and previous business courses to demonstrate an understanding of how organizations develop and manage strategies to establish, safeguard and sustain their competitive positions in the 21st century’s (rapidly evolving/shifting/changing), uncertain hyper-competitive business environment.
Monitoring competitors’ performance is a key aspect of performing an external environment analysis. This project provides you with the opportunity to evaluate the competitive position of one of the organizations listed below and integrate that information in a partial SWOT (OT), Porter’s Five Forces, External Factor Evaluation (EFE) matrix and Competitive Profile Matrices (CPM).
In this project, you are presenting a report document. The expectation is that the report provides the level of details to help the audience grasp the main topics and to understand and complete the External Environmental Analysis.
Analysis is the operative word. In analyzing the external environment, you are expected to thoroughly research and take that research and break it into small parts to gain a better understanding of what is happening in the external environment of the business. In researching an industry, it is important to understand that every company within an industry is different so gathering information on one company does not mean that the collected information is relevant to another company within that industry. When researching, parsing the material is critical to an accurate analysis. Avoid presenting just any information as that may lead to using irrelevant information.
You will then write the report in your own words to share the external analysis. You are expected to present information and support the ideas and reasoning using the course material and your research. You will not lift any information from source documents without properly citing and referencing. For the technical analysis aspect of the project, you are required to create the technique on your own and may not use from any source material that you happen to find. No work from a clearinghouse or similar website may be used or cited as a credible source.
Outcomes Met With This Project
utilize a set of useful analytical skills, tools, and techniques for analyzing a company strategically;
integrate ideas, concepts, and theories from previously taken functional courses including accounting, finance, market, business and human resource management;
analyze and synthesize strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) to generate, prioritize, and implement alternative strategies in order to revise a current plan or write a new plan and present a strategic plan
Instructions:
Step 1: Specific Company for All Four Projects
The companies that your instructor has assigned to you for Project 1 is the company you will use for this project. The assigned company must be used for this project and in subsequent projects in the course. Students must complete the project using the assigned company. Deviating from the assigned company will result in a zero for the project.
After reading the course material, you will complete the steps below.
Step 2: Course Materials and Research
You are required to research information about the focal company and the internal environment for this project, You are accountable for using the course materials to support the ideas, reasoning and conclusions made. Course materials use goes beyond defining terms but is used to explain the ‘why and how’ of a situation. Using one or two in-text citations from the course materials and then relying on Internet source material will not earn many points on the assignment. A variety of source material is expected and what is presented must be relevant and applicable to the topic being discussed. Avoid merely making statements but close the loop of the discussion by explaining how something happens or why something happens, which focuses on importance and impact. In closing the loop, you will demonstrate the ability to think clearly and rationally showing an understanding of the logical connections between the ideas presented from the research, the course material and the question(s) being asked.
Note: Your report is based on the results of the research performed and not on any prepared documentation. What this means is that you will research and draw your own conclusions that are supported by the research and the course material rather than the use any source material that puts together any of the tools or techniques whether from the Internet, for-pay websites or any pre-prepared document, video or source material. A zero will be earned for not doing your own analysis.
Success: The analysis is based on research and not opinion. You are not making recommendations and you will not attempt to position the focal company in a better or worse light than other companies within the industry merely because you are completing an analysis on this particular company. The analysis must be based on factual information. Any conclusions drawn have to be based on factual information rather than leaps of faith. To ensure success, as stated above, you are expected to use the course materials and research on the focal company’s global industry and the focal company. Opinion does not earn credit nor does using external sources when course materials can be used. It is necessary to provide explanations (the why and how) rather than making statements. Avoid stringing one citation after another as doing so does not show detailed explanations. Remember also that page or paragraph numbers are required for all citations in this course; refer to the checklist below for what information to include with this course’s ebook and videos.
Library Resources
On the main navigation bar in the classroom select, Resources and then select Library. Select Databases by Title (A – Z). Select M from the alphabet list, and then select Mergent Online. You may also use the focal company’s Annual Report or 10K report. You are not depending on any one resource to complete the analysis. It is impossible to complete a Porter’s Five Forces, competitive analysis or OT by using only course material. (See Dr. Kathy’s Notes for Week Two for how to cite and reference information from Mergent, as well as how to cite and reference information from a company’s Annual Report).
You should not be using obscure articles, GlassDoor, or Chron or similar types of articles.
Research for Financial Analysis: Financial Research
Research for Industry Analysis. Note that your focal company may or may not be found on this link, but your focal company’s industry is. See Dr. Kathy’s Notes for Week Two for which Industry you should be analyzing.CSI Market
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Library Support
Extensive library resources and services are available online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at https://www.umgc.edu/library/index.cfm to support you in your studies. The UMGC Library provides research assistance in creating search strategies, selecting relevant databases, and evaluating and citing resources in a variety of formats via its Ask a Librarian service at https://www.umgc.edu/library/libask/index.cfm.
Scholarly Research in OneSearch is allowed.
To search for only scholarly resources, you are expected to place a check mark in the space for “Scholarly journals only” before clicking search.
The Tables and Analyses provided for this project must be your own. Using Tables or Analyses that are already developed and available on the Internet will result in a zero. Remember all Projects are submitted to Turnitin.
Step 3: Set up your Report
The document has to be written in Word or rtf. No other format is acceptable. No pdf files will be graded. Use 12-point font for a double-spaced report. The final product should be approximately 8 pages in length, but cannot be longer than 10 pages in length, which includes all tables and matrices but excludes the title page and reference page. Do no use an Appendix.
Create a title page with title, your name, the course number, the instructor’s name.
Step 4: Create the Report – your report should be written in sections with section headings and numbers as indicated in red font below (the red font is for ease of identification for you; red font should not be used in your report). EVERY section should be supported by course materials and/or required research.
I. Porter’s Five Forces: Industry and Company Analysis – Perform a Porter’s Five Forces analysis on the organization’s industry and the focal company in particular. The industry is the global industry.
i. Porter’s Five Forces: Industry – First, use the course materials to identify the five forces and what components make up each force. Then, perform an analysis of each force that clearly discusses the ‘why and how’ and concludes with the effect of the given force on the fortunes of the industry (industry profitability) and/or industry dynamics; that is whether the effect of the force on the industry is weak/modest, average/moderate, or strong/severe. You may not use a Porter’s Five Forces analysis that is already completed and available on the Internet. A zero will result if internet sources are used as the analysis has to be the result of your research and your own development. (Remember your Project will be submitted to Turnitin.).
ii. Porter’s Five Forces: Focal Company – perform an analysis of each force that clearly discusses the ‘why and how’ and concludes with the effect of the given force on the focal company; that is whether the effect of the force on the industry is weak/modest, average/moderate, or strong/severe on the focal company. You may not use a Porter’s Five Forces analysis that is already completed and available on the Internet. A zero will result if internet sources are used as the analysis has to be the result of your research and your own development. (Remember your Project will be submitted to Turnitin.).
II. Competitive Analysis – Perform a Competitive Analysis using the focal company’s closest three competitors plus the selected company.
i. Competitive Analysis: Competitors – Identify the focal company’s three closest competitors. Explain why these companies are competitors. Analyze the competition’s products and services explaining features, value, targets, etc. What are the competition’s strengths and weaknesses and what is the market outlook for the competition? You will support this section with outside research conducted on the industry and competitors and course materials to support your reasoning and your analysis.
ii. Competitive Analysis: Success Factors – Identify and discuss at least eight (8) key success factors (critical success factors). Each industry has different key success factors so make sure the success factors fit the industry. Cite each key success factor with the outside research used to determine this factor. Review the Competitive Profile Matrix Example under week 3 Content for clarification.
iii. Competitor Profile Matrix (CPM) – Develop a Competitor Profile Matrix (CPM). Explain how you developed the matrix. Make sure to support your reasoning with course materials.
III. Partial SWOT Analysis – A SWOT analysis is a tool used to assess the strengths and weaknesses (internal environment) and the opportunities and threats (external environment) of an organization. You will complete a partial SWOT analysis only completing an analysis on the OT (Opportunities and Threats). The information presented is not based on your beliefs but on fact-based, data-driven information. In other words, the elements in your OT table will be supported by your outside research on this focal company. The items used in the OT are factors that are affecting or might affect the focal company or those companies within the identified industry.
You will:
i. Develop a Partial SWOT Matrix/Table (OT table) – using your research to identify at least five (5) opportunities and five (5) threats that influence the industry and the focal company. The OT Matrix is for your focal company. Make sure to cite the elements within the table. In other words, provide citations for each opportunity and threat to indicate the outside research on your focal company that has provided the data for this opportunity or threat. NOTE: A matrix is a table. It is not an analysis. You may not use a SWOT Table that is already completed and available on the Internet. A zero will result if Internet Tables are used, as the OT Table has to be the result of your research and your own development. (Remember all Projects are submitted to Turnitin).
ii. Perform an OT analysis (separate from SWOT table) – You may not use a SWOT analysis that is already completed and available on the Internet. A zero will result if Internet analyses are used, as the analysis has to be the result of your research and your own development. (Remember all Projects are submitted to Turnitin). The OT analysis is for your focal company. NOTE: You are conducting an analysis of the Table developed in the previous section. You will use course materials to support your analysis.
IV. External Factor Evaluation (EFE) Analysis – The External Factor Evaluation (EFE) matrix will allow you to use the information from the industry analysis and the competitive analysis to assess whether the focal company is able to effectively take advantage of existing opportunities while minimizing the identified external threats that will help you formulate new strategies and policies. You will use the opportunities and threats from the OT analysis. Using the information gathered for the OT analysis, develop an EFE matrix using five (5) opportunities and five (5) threats. Discuss how you developed the EFE matrix and the outcome. Make sure to support your reasoning.
V. Conclusion – Create a concluding paragraph. The Conclusion is intended to emphasize the purpose/significance of the analysis, emphasize the significance/consequence of findings, and indicate the wider applications that are derived from the main points of the project’s requirements. You will draw conclusions about the findings of the external environment analysis.
Step 5: Review the Paper
Read the paper to ensure all required elements are present.
The following are specific requirements that you will follow. Use the checklist to mark off that you have followed each specific requirement.
Checklist
Specific Project Requirements
Proofread your paper
Read and use the grading rubric while completing the paper to ensure all requirements are met that will lead to the highest possible grade.
Third person writing is required. Third person means that there are no words such as “I, me, my, we, or us” (first person writing), nor is there use of “you or your” (second person writing). If uncertain how to write in the third person, view this link: http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/first-second-and-third-person.
Contractions are not used in business writing, so do not use them.
Paraphrase and do not use direct quotations. Paraphrase means you do not use more than four consecutive words from a source document. Removing quotation marks and citing is inappropriate. Instead put a passage from a source document into your own words and attribute the passage to the source document. There should be no passages with quotation marks. Using more than four consecutive words from a source document would require direct quotation marks. Changing words from a passage does not exclude the passage from having quotation marks. If more than four consecutive words are used from source documents, this material will not be included in the grade.
You are expected to use the research and weekly course materials to develop the analysis and support the reasoning. There should be a robust use of the course material. Material used from a source document must be cited and referenced. A reference within a reference list cannot exist without an associated in-text citation and vice versa. Changing words from a passage does not exclude the passage from having quotation marks.
Use in-text citations and provide a reference list that contains the reference associated with each in-text citation.
You may not use books in completing this problem set unless part of the course material. Also, do not use a dictionary, Wikipedia or Investopedia or similar sources. You may not use Fern Fort University, Ibis World or any other for-fee website.
Provide the page or paragraph number in every in-text citation presented. If the page numbers in this course’s ebook are not visible to you, include the chapter title and topic heading. Page or paragraph numbers are not required for citations of videos or podcasts in this course.
Step 6: Submit the Report in the Assignment Folder
Submitting the project to the Assignment Folder is considered the student’s final product and therefore ready for grading by the instructor. It is incumbent upon the student to verify the Project is the correct submission. No exceptions will be considered by the instructor.
Self-Plagiarism: Self-plagiarism is the act of reusing significant, identical or nearly identical portions of one’s own work. You cannot re-use any portion of a paper or other graded work that was submitted to another class even if you are retaking this course.
NOTE: All submitted work is to be your original work. You may not use any work from another student, the Internet or an online clearinghouse. You are expected to understand the Academic Integrity Policy, and know that it is your responsibility to learn about instructor and general academic expectations with regard to proper citation of sources as specified in the APA Publication Manual, 7th Ed. (Students are held accountable for in-text citations and an associated reference list only).
Due Date
Jun 15, 2021 11:59 PM
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Rubric Name: Project #2 15%
This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.
Criteria
Equivalent to an A
Equivalent to a B
Equivalent to a C
Equivalent to a D
Equivalent to an F
Criterion Score
Porter’s Five Forces: Industry
1.35 points
Thoroughly and correctly uses the course material to identify the five forces and the components that make up each force and using all of the components thoroughly and correctly discusses the components of each force on the industry and industry dynamics and identifies whether the effect of the force on the industry is weak/modest/average/ moderate or strong/severe.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Correctly uses the course material to identify the five forces and some of the components that make up each force and using the components discusses each force on the industry and industry dynamics and identifies whether the effect of the force on the industry is weak/modest/average/moderate or strong/severe but some development or support for reasoning is needed.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Identifies the five forces and an occasional component that makes up each force and discusses each force on the industry/industry dynamics and attempts to identify whether the effect of the force on the industry is weak/modest/average/moderate or strong/severe but significant development or support for reasoning is needed.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Attempts to identify and discuss the forces on the industry and attempts to identify the effect of the force on the industry but is missing a force, does not provide support, relies on course material for discussion or needs major development or presents incorrect information.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to identify and discuss Porter’s Five Forces as it relates to the industry or misses discussion on two or more forces.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Porter’s Five Forces: Industry,/ 1.35
Porter’s Five Forces: Focal Company
1.35 points
Thoroughly and correctly discusses the components that make up each force in relation to the focal company using research and course material to explain and identify whether the company’s position is weak/modest/average/moderate or strong/severe.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Correctly discusses the components that make up each force in relation to the focal company using research and course material to explain and identify whether the company’s position is weak/modest/average/moderate or strong/severe.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Discusses each force in relation to the focal company and whether the effect of the force on the focal company is weak/modest/average/moderate or strong/severe but significant development or support for reasoning is needed.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Attempts to identify and discuss the forces in relation to the focal company but is missing a force, does not provide support, relies on course material for discussion or needs major development or presents incorrect information.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to identify and discuss Porter’s Five Forces as it relates to the focal or misses discussion on two or more forces.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Porter’s Five Forces: Focal Company,/ 1.35
Competitive Analysis
1.35 points
Correctly identifies closest three competitors. Using competitors and focal company analyzes products and services explaining features, value, targets, strengths, weaknesses and market outlook using research AND course material to support reasoning.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Correctly identifies closest three competitors. Correctly identifies closest three competitors. Using competitors and focal company analyzes products and services explaining features, value, targets, strengths, weaknesses and market outlook using some research AND course material to support reasoning but needs some development.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Identifies three competitors and discusses products and services explaining some of the information related to features, value, targets, strengths, weaknesses OR market outlook but needs significant development using some research and course material to support reasoning but needs significant development.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Attempts to identify three competitors and attempts to discuss the products and services and other information but does not provide support, relies on course material for discussion or needs major development or presents incorrect information.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to perform a competitive analysis.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Competitive Analysis,/ 1.35
Competitive Analysis: Success Factors
1.35 points
Identifies more than 8 key critical success factors that fit the industry and thoroughly and correctly discusses each using both the research and course material to support reasoning.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Identifies 8 key critical success factors that fit the industry and thoroughly and correctly discusses each using both the research and course material to support reasoning.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Identifies 8 key critical success factors that fit the industry but needs more discussion or does not support using both the course material and research.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Key critical success factors discussed but may not fit first three criteria, may not fit industry, needs more discussion or does not show support using both the course material and research.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to identify and discuss key critical success factors for the industry.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Competitive Analysis: Success Factors,/ 1.35
Develop a Competitor Profile Matrix (CPM).
1.35 points
Correctly develops a Competitive Profile Matrix and explains how the matrix was developed using both the research and course material to support reasoning.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Develops a Competitive Profile Matrix and explains how the matrix was developed using some research and course material to support reasoning but some development is needed.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Develops Competitive Profile Matrix and explains how matrix was developed using some research and course material to support reasoning but but significant development is needed.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Attempts to develop a Competitive Profile Matrix but may not be correct, does not discuss development or shows little research or course material to support the reasoning.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to develop or discuss a Competitive Profile Matrix.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Develop a Competitor Profile Matrix (CPM).,/ 1.35
Develop a Partial SWOT – (OT) Table
1.35 points
Thoroughly and correctly develops an OT (includes all elements cited) using research for the focal company providing more than five correct opportunities and more than five correct threats.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Develops an OT (includes all elements cited) using research for the focal company providing five correct opportunities and five correct threats.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Developed OT using research for the focal company providing five correct opportunities and five correct threats but items may not be properly cited OR item is not appropriate for the ‘O’ or ‘T’ OR does not show citation for most items.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Attempts to develop an OT but may have several errors, does not cite OR presents fewer than five correct opportunities or five correct threats.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Little to no attempt to develop an OT.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Develop a Partial SWOT – (OT) Table,/ 1.35
Completes an analysis of the OT.
1.35 points
Completes an analysis of the OT by thoroughly and correctly discussing the elements of the OT explaining why each element is an opportunity or a threat using both the research and course material to support the reasoning.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Completes an analysis of the OT by correctly discussing the elements of the OT explaining why each element is an opportunity or a threat using both the research and course material to support the reasoning but needs some development.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Attempts to complete an analysis of the OT by discussing the elements of the OT explaining why elements are an opportunity or a threat attempting to use some research and some course material to support the reasoning but needs significant development.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
Complete an analysis of the OT attempting to discuss the elements presented but little to no research or course material used OR information is incorrectly presented; needs major development.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Fails to discuss elements or little to no support presented.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Completes an analysis of the OT.,/ 1.35
Develop EFE matrix. Discuss the EFE and how matrix was developed.
1.35 points
Thoroughly and correctly develops an EFE matrix and discusses the EFE and how developed using both the course material AND research to support reasoning and conclusions.
(1.21 – 1.35)
1.15 points
Develops an EFE matrix and discusses the EFE and how developed using both course material and research to support the reasoning but some development is needed.
(1.08 – 1.20)
1.01 points
Attempts to develop an EFE matrix and discuss the EFE and how developed using minimal course material AND research to support the reasoning but significant development is needed.
(0.94 – 1.07)
0.88 points
EFE matrix presented but discussion is superficial or presents inaccurate information, does not demonstration sound understanding OR needs major development.
(0.81 – 0.93)
0 points
Failed to develops an EFE matrix.
(0 – 0.80)
Score of Develop EFE matrix. Discuss the EFE and how matrix was developed.,/ 1.35
Conclusion
0.45 points
Thoroughly and correctly presents conclusion that emphasizes the purpose/significance of the analysis and the major findings, using both the course material and research to support reasoning.
(0.40 – 0.45)
0.38 points
Presents conclusion that emphasizes the purpose/significance of the analysis and the major findings, using both the course material and research to support reasoning but needs some development.
(0.36 – 0.39)
0.34 points
Presents conclusion that emphasizes the purpose/significance of the analysis and the major findings, using somecourse material and research to support reasoning but needs significant development.
(0.32 – 0.35)
0.29 points
Attempts to present conclusion that emphasizes the purpose/significance of the analysis and the major findings, but does not use enough support from research and course material; needs major development.
(0.27 – 0.31)
0 points
Failed to provide a conclusion.
(0)
Score of Conclusion,/ 0.45
Attention to Instructions
1.5 points
Demonstrates exceptional understanding of requirements responding completely to each aspect of assignment including minor aspects of the assignment such as using third person writing, use of direct quotes, lack of page/paragraph numbers, required use of course material, and assignment format.
(1.35 – 1.5)
1.28 points
Demonstrates excellent understanding of requirements; missed one minor elements such of not using third person writing, lack of page/paragraph numbers; use of direct quotes, lack of course material or format.
(1.2 – 1.34)
1.12 points
Demonstrates satisfactory understanding of requirements; missed a key element or two minor aspects of assignment.
(1.05 – 1.19)
0.98 points
Fails to show a firm understanding of requirements missing two key elements or threeminor aspects of assignment.
(0.9 – 1.04)
0 points
Fails to demonstrate understanding of assignment requirements.
(0 – 0.89)
Score of Attention to Instructions,/ 1.5
Writing Mechanics
1.5 points
Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of written English using paragraphs and sentence rather than bullets, including but not limited to capitalization, punctuation, run-on sentences, missing or extra words, stylistic errors, spelling and grammatical errors. No contractions or jargon used. Few errors noted.
(1.35 – 1.5)
1.28 points
Excellently adheres to standard usage of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. One to five errors noted.
(1.2 – 1.34)
1.12 points
Satisfactorily adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Six to 10 errors noted.
(1.05 – 1.19)
0.98 points
Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. More than 10 errors found.
(0.9 – 1.04)
0 points
Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English largely incomprehensible, or errors are too plentiful to count.
(0 – 0.89)
Score of Writing Mechanics,/ 1.5
APA Style (7th ed.)
0.75 points
Excellent use of APA style, few usage errors; Proper citation of source material is used throughout; Reference titles follow APA with only the first word, the first word after a colon and proper nouns capitalized.
(0.675 – 0.75)
0.64 points
In-text citations and reference list are used but one or two APA style errors noted OR fails to use APA citations when appropriate one to two times throughout paper.
(0.6 – 0.674)
0.56 points
In-text citations and reference list are used but three or four APA style errors noted OR fails to use APA citations when appropriate three or four times throughout paper.
(0.525 – 0.59)
0.49 points
In-text citations and reference list are used but five to seven APA style errors noted OR fails to use APA citations when appropriate five to seven times hroughout paper.
(0.45 – 0.524)
0 points
Provides either in-text citations or a reference list but not both; has more than eight errors throughout the paper that include places that are not cited when using proprietary information.
(0 – 0.44)
Score of APA Style (7th ed.),/ 0.75
Rubric Total Score
Total
Score of Project #2 15%,/ 15
Overall Score
Overall Score
Equivalent to an A
13.5 points minimum
Equivalent to a B
12 points minimum
Equivalent to a C
10.5 points minimum
Equivalent to a D
9 points minimum
Equivalent to an F
0 points minimum
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We are as paranoid as you are. Maybe even more! And we understand that the greatest sin you can commit in your academic journey is plagiarizing your academic work. To that end, we have made sure that we check and double-check our papers using high quality plagiarism detection tools such as SafeAssign and Turnitin before submitting the paper to you.

Who is my writer? Is he/she a native English Speaker?

All our writers are native English Speakers. That is not to say that ESL writers are not good, we just prefer hiring native writers because we want the very best people working on your paper. This might mean paying a little bit more for your paper as opposed to when you pay a foreign company whose writers are non-native English Speakers.

What if I need revisions? Will your charge additional for this?

Of course not! If you do happen to require a revision on your paper, our team will handle it for you free of charge. Matter of fact, we won’t rest till you are happy with your paper. So, ask for as many revisions as you need, it’s completely FREE!

Will you give me my money back if I don't like my paper?

We have very few instances where we delivered a paper that a client didn’t fall in love with. But if it so happens that you don’t like your paper for any reason whatsoever, we’ll refund your money back no questions asked.

I have more assignments after this, can you help me with those too?

Of course! And what’s even better is that we can reserve a writer permanently to work on your entire class. This comes in handy for projects which build up on each other and where you need just one writer, one writing style.

I got my order information wrong, can I change that?

Yes you can. Just reach out to our support team via email (support@essaynook.com) or live chat here and they’ll help you change the instructions.

Can I place an order via email instead of going through the order page?

Yes you can. Email Anna at anna@essaynook.com, she’s in charge of our sales team. Alternatively, you can talk to our Live Chat team here and request to speak to Anna.

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