ACT501 – Accounting Principles Semester one, 2020
ENTER YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER IN CELL C2 without the prefix's'
For example : student ID s123456
Entering your student number will populate your data for Questions.
Data are shown with the questons on the next tabs: Question 1 and Question 2
40 marks – Weighting 25%
Due 11.59 pm (Darwin time) 24th May 2020
This assignment consists of two(2) questions overall
DO NOT LODGE BY FAX nor EMAIL nor at LECTURER'S OFFICE - KEEP A COPY
The assignment must be lodged on or before the due date indicated in the assignment details.
Submit your Assignment as this file. The assignment file name should be your file student number and within brackets (your name as it appears in the university)
For example, your student number is s112233, and your name is John Good. Your Filename will be s112233(John Good).xlxs
The assignment must conform to the requirements set out in this assignment
Ensure your file is named using a file naming convention that allows the lecturer to identify to whom it belongs.
Failure to use an acceptable file naming convention may result in your assignment lodgment being rejected.
DO NOT LODGE VIA EMAIL or FAX - assignments lodged by email or fax will not be accepted.
KEEP A COPY - Ensure you have a copy of the assignment lodged. If you have submitted assessment work electronically, please make sure you have a backup copy.
The submission text reads as follows:
By clicking the SUBMIT button I certify that this assignment is my own work, based on my own personal study and research,
and that I have acknowledged all material and sources in the preparation of this assignment,
whether they be books, articles reports, lecture notes, images, videos, any other kind of document or personal communication.
I also certify that this assignment has not previously been submitted for assessment in any other course or at any other time in the same course (except as a DRAFT submission)
and that I have not copied in part or whole or otherwise plagiarised the work of other students and/or persons.
I have read Charles Darwin University's Plagiarism policy which is available at: http://www.cdu.edu.au/governance/doclibrary/pol-001.pdf and
Student Breach of Academic Integrity Procedures http://www.cdu.edu.au/governance/doclibrary/pro-092.pdf and understand its implications.
University Plagiarism policy
Plagiarism is the unacknowledged use of material written or produced by others or a rework of your own material. All sources of information and ideas used in assignments must be referenced.
This applies whether the information is from a book, journal article, the internet, or a previous essay you wrote or the assignment of a friend. Plagiarism policy is available at:
Student Breach of Academic Integrity Procedures http://www.cdu.edu.au/governance/doclibrary/pro-092.pdf.
EXTENSIONS AND LATE LODGEMENTS
LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL GENERALLY NOT BE ACCEPTED UNLESS AN EXTENSION TO THE DUE DATE HAS BEEN GRANTED BY THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE.
Exceptions will only be made where assignments are late due to special circumstances that are supported by documentary evidence and may be subject to a penalty of 5% of assignment marks per day.
Partially completed assignments will be accepted with appropriate loss of marks for the incomplete portion.
Should students foresee potential difficulties with submission of assessment items, they should contact the lecturer immediately the difficulties come to notice,
to discuss suitable arrangements etc for the submission of those assessment times.
An Application for Assignment Extension or Special Consideration should be completed and provided to the Dean, College of Business and Law.
This application form, explanation and instructions is available on the ACT502 CDU Learnline course site or direct from
Please note that it is now College policy that all extension requests must be approved by the Dean. The lecturer is not able to personally approve extension requests.
Leaving a request for an extension, special assessment or special consideration until the last moment,
based on grounds that students could have reasonably been able to foresee, may result in the application being rejected.