Preparing your assessment tasks
Student study guides
These guides outline the FASS procedures, guidelines and expectations for the writing and submission of assessment tasks.
- FASS student study guide (PDF, 1.7MB)
- Guide to the writing and presentation of essays (PDF, 1MB)
- Ethics Guidelines for FASS coursework students (PDF, 1.5MB)
The editing checklist (doc, 50kb) can be used by:
who can modify the checklist to suit their particular assignment needs.
who can use it to help improve their writing skills - it may help in checking in-text referencing and paragraphing etc.
The editing checklist uses the American Psychological Association style guide (5th edition). If required, this can easily be changed to the Harvard (UTS) Referencing System.
All Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences students, except UTS: Education students at Kuring-gai campus, should use the Harvard (UTS) Referencing System.
UTS: Education students at Kuring-gai campus
The American Psychological Association (APA) style guide is used for referencing in education on the Kuring-gai campus:
Download: UTS: Education APA Reference Guide.
Assessment task support
If you need support in preparing your assessment tasks, you may utilise the following services:
Higher Education Language and Presentation Support (HELPS), is dedicated to provide English language and academic literacy support to UTS undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
Library Study Skills
UTS Library Study Skills contains a variety of resources to help you study more efficiently and find tools to assist your research.