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Assessments, progression and awards, 2019-20

Resources and information related to the assessment of our students in the 2019/20 academic year, at the outset of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

These resources relate to the 2019-20 session

See the Education Planning, 2020-21 pages for support with preparing for the next academic session. 

On 13 March, Academic Committee confirmed that to ensure staff and student safety in response to coronavirus, UCL teaching should move online from Monday 16 March until at least the end of Term Three, 2020. Invigilated exams were replaced with a​​​​​lternative forms of assessment for the majority of taught students, to enable them to complete assessments remotely. 

These pages contain guidance for staff providing assessments and remote support to taught students for the 2019-20 session, including the operation of 2019-20 Late Summer Assessments. 

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Operation of alternative assessments, 2019-20

Scheduling and submission for timed 24-hour exams, coursework, capstone assessments and departmentally-organised assessments for 2019-20.

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Exceptional amendments to Academic Regulations for 2020 assessments

Academic standards protected while supporting the progression and graduation of as many of our students as possible. 

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Revised timetable for Exam Boards and associated activities, 2020

The timetable for exchange of marks and Exam Board decisions has been revised in response to coronavirus (Covid-19) mitigations.

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Exam Board support, 2019-20

Key information and training materials for the Exam Board processes.

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PGT and MRes dissertations, projects and placements, 2019-20

Guidance for the continued delivery of Postgraduate Taught (PGT) and Master of Research (MRes) dissertations, projects and place.