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Examinations and Assessments

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You can expect

For your work to be assessed fairly and in a timely manner.

Clear procedures for the arrangements of marking and moderation. Assessments will be marked anonymously where possible.

For an external examiner to confirm the appropriateness of assessment tasks, and monitor the standards and performance across all courses and modules. To have access to their reports.

To be reminded prior to each assessment of the regulations. (plagiarism, deadlines etc).

Constructive feedback to be available in no more than 15 working days.

To be given clear information on what constitutes academic misconduct and the use of Turnitin by the College. To have support and help on how to avoid academic misconduct.

To be treated fairly and in line with College regulations and policies if you need an extension or have an extenuating circumstances.

Where relevant to have the opportunity to access practice and example materials to aid revision.

We expect you

To submit work before the deadline and to have thoroughly checked your work before submission.

To only request a re-mark of work through the proper procedure.

To understand the relevance of external examiners and take advantage of opportunities to read their reports.

To become familiar with and abide by assessment regulations.

To collect your feedback and take on board the comments given and seek advice to help you improve your future work.

To write your own original assessments that are referenced correctly and not to commit any academic misconduct. To ask for clarification if you are not sure.

To seek help and support from your tutor or student support services and make them aware of any personal circumstances which are affecting your work.

To make use of any revision opportunities given.