[Ref: Assessment policies
; Section 12. Results]
When the assessment for a module comprises, or includes, a piece of work other than an examination which is not returned to the student until after the mark has been confirmed by the Board of Examiners (for example a project or dissertation), the department should ensure that feedback on the work is available to students who require it after their marks have been made available.
Where an undergraduate student has not passed a module(s) and is undertaking reassessment over the summer they should have access to feedback on the elements being reassessed. Where they are resitting an exam, they should be provided with written feedback on the exam, or other piece of work for which feedback has not already been provided, within two weeks of the publication of the results by the Board of Examiners. Feedback may take the form of feedback on candidates’ overall performance in the exam/piece of assessed work and/or individual feedback on the candidate’s exam script/assessed work. The feedback should be sent to the student by the department. It should follow the principles set out in the University’s policy on Assessment Feedback. Any variation to this approach must be agreed in advance by the PVC Education.