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The University’s ‘No Detriment’ approach applies to all assessment and reassessment in the 2020/2021 Academic Year.
Marking and assessment policies for undergraduate and taught postgraduate work.
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Find out about late submission of coursework
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Find out what extenuating circumstances are and about the policy regulations.
Details of what you need to do and when in order to apply for extenuating circumstances.
Find out how your extenuating circumstances application is processed and assessed.
If you took an assessment, but you didn’t pass all your modules, this information outlines what you need to do next in terms of reassessment.
Find out what to do if you need to take a reassessment this Summer.
Find out what to do if you need to repeat a year.
If you have decided to be reassessed without attendance, you won’t be able to proceed to your next year of study until you have undertaken your reassessment.
Find out what you need to know if you decide to repeat modules on a part-time basis.
The implications of having failed 15 credits towards your overall degree.
It’s important that you understand the implications of having failed 15 credits towards your overall degree.
It’s important that you understand the implications of having failed 30 credits towards your overall degree.
The implications of having failed 30 credits towards your overall degree.
The implications changing course and proceeding to the next year with failed credits.
Information on the implications of selecting this outcome on your continued studies.
Details of the alternative awards that may be awarded.
You may wish to return to undertake reassessment to turn failed marks into passes.
What you need to know if you're considering submitting an academic appeal.
Find out what happens after you've submitted your academic appeal.
Find out what options are available to you if you're unhappy with your appeal outcome.
Guidance on what to do if you're accused of committing an academic offence.
You can commit an offence even if you have no intention of cheating, so you must be vigilant when submitting work for assessment.
An academic offence is an attempt to gain an unfair advantage in any formal assessment, such as coursework and exams.
The process you need to follow if you wish to appeal against an academic offence penalty.