Each semester, the Assessment & Progress Team sends schools a schedule listing modules with a formal assessment taking place during the next assessment period. The schedule is used to gather information about assessment requirements.
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Schools are asked to confirm several pieces of information for each assessment including:
- Which assessment will be active in the coming assessment period, including their duration and type of assessment.
- Which papers need to be scheduled simultaneously plus any particular scheduling requests.
- The printing requirements for each assessment and if any additional materials are required (for on-campus assessments).
- Any special resit papers required (see the Resit Assessment Papers webpage for more information).
This information is used to plan the management of assessment across the University.
For on-campus examination, question papers should be submitted in camera-ready copy by the dates shown in the timeline (available from the Timelines for Programmes and Assessment webpage. Schools are urged to contact the Assessment & Progress Team immediately if any potential difficulty in meeting the deadlines is recognised. See the Assessment Question Papers webpage for more information
For on-campus examinations, Schools should provide the name of the Module Manager (or another nominated module contact) for each assessment to cover any instances of problems or queries arising with the paper during the assessment in the absence of an examiner.