You should look at the assessment criteria to find out what we are specifically looking at during the assessment.
Discussions relating to the issues. This will be mainly basic, descriptive, and representative with a very limited independent analysis. The discussions in conjunction with relevant case law are descriptive and involve limited levels of evaluation. Limited use and analysis of other relevant case law. The drawing of a conclusion is limited and generally lacks a coherent argument. In general, whilst the submission demonstrates an understanding of the basic concepts, it is largely descriptive with a general focus and limited use of either case law or academic commentary to reach a sound conclusion.
Discussions surrounding the question posed demonstrates a reasonable understanding of the subject. Whilst academic discussions in conjunction with relevant case law arguments demonstrate an acceptable knowledge, you have failed to develop your argument in a structured manner. Reference to primary and secondary sources are descriptive and illustrative yet raise some interesting points. The drawing of a conclusion is limited, as is the description within essay, and generally lacks a coherent argument. In general, the submission demonstrates a reasonable understanding of the key points but the analytical and evaluative aspects of the submission lack focus.
Essays in this mark range will show a good understanding of the question posed. An academic discussion in conjunction which demonstrates a good knowledge of the key points and there is a constructive use of primary and secondary sources. The conclusion includes some good points and reaches a balanced conclusion. In general, the submission demonstrates a good understanding of the subject with relevant primary and secondary sources. Demonstrate an advanced and detailed knowledge and understanding of the law relating to trans-national contractual terms
A discussion relating to the current position of the law in this area demonstrates an excellent understanding of the main concepts.
Academic discussions in conjunction with the use of relevant case law demonstrates an excellent knowledge of the key points and includes a constructive use of primary and secondary sources. The conclusion includes some excellent points and includes some excellent commentary which discusses the main issues. In general, the submission demonstrates a detailed and excellent understanding of the subject.