- April 23, 2018 at 10:31 am
First you need to understand the purpose of the Presentation. Your Presentation information should be capable of being communicated EFFECTIVELY in 15 minutes.
This means designing slides especially for it and using appropriate bullet points (not copying passages of text and pasting them in from the report). It also means being selective about information especially which ratios to use (please don’t put more than 2 graphs on each slide otherwise they look really cramped). It goes most without saying that graphs,and charts should be clear.
A good presentation will bring in key information and include (for Topic 8) both financial and business aspects and normally some benchmarking to a comparator or industry average as part of this.
The number of slides may vary depending on what is key but you should aim for about 15 +/- 2 including at least one for a ConclusionApril 23, 2018 at 1:05 pm
Got it – Thanks so much trephena !May 6, 2018 at 5:25 pm
Quick one, does the word count include the question itself if included in the body of text?May 7, 2018 at 11:00 am
I believe they look at the electronic Word count and if it is slightly over they would take into account the question headings. So you probably only need to worry if your total word count is over 2,1000May 15, 2018 at 3:36 am
I had the same doubt and I mailed to email@example.com (you may as well for any other queries) and got the below response which was very useful so that of sharing
Note : My RAP and SLS both were failed, however my SLS learning statement was passed and presentation failed.
This depends on whether you are changing your submission, that is, are you submitting a new RAP?
If you are re-submitting your original RAP,
You will just need to re-submit the part of the SLS you failed, i.e. the slide presentation
You will not need to submit the part of the SLS you passed, i.e. the SLS reflective statement
If you are submitting a new RAP (e.g. changing the company or topic number)
You will need to write a completely new SLS reflective statement about the meetings with your new mentor
and a new slide presentation.
Good luck with your work. 🙂
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