In response to your feedback:
You can now self-certify for minor illnesses and other extenuating circumstances which might have an impact on your performance at assessment.
Our new Interruptions of Study process aims to support you before, during and after you take time out from your studies.
Student feedback has played a crucial role in helping us to develop and refine our new, cutting edge online assessment platform, AssessmentUCL.
- Exam timetables should be shared earlier in order to allow easier revision planning for students.
- The schedule for third-semester exams is now released in late February, giving students extra time to plan ahead.
- You wanted clearer information on regulations around exams, degree classifications and extenuating circumstances.
- Updated our regulations to make sure they are consistent for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
- Provided clearer information and ‘how to’ guides on extenuating circumstances.
- Students who have failed exams or have extenuating circumstances have to wait until the next exam cycle to complete their resits.
- UCL has introduced late summer assessments which run from mid-August until early September. This aligns UCL with most other UK universities.
- The rules on academic misconduct and plagiarism are hard to understand.
- Students can now complete the Academic Integrity course on Moodle to understand how to avoid academic malpractice and plagiarism.