Work submitted up to 24 hours after the deadline will be marked but the grade awarded will be capped at the pass mark (40% for UG and 50% for PGT).
Students will be informed what mark would have been awarded had the cap not been applied and will receive feedback on the work.
The word limits for dissertations can be found on the dissertations page.
Information about referencing systems adopted by the Department can be found on the style guide page or for information on referencing systems used in all the departments in the Faculty please see the Faculty Handbook.
Work submitted during the late window will be marked and returned to the student for feedback, but the mark the student is credited with for that assignment will be capped at the pass mark (40).
After 24 hours, the College rules dictate that you will automatically receive a mark of zero for that assignment.The deadlines for formative essays are: In modules which deviate from the standard pattern, the module tutor/ Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) will inform you of the deadlines for submitting your formative work.If you miss the deadline without good reason, your seminar leader is under no obligation to provide you with feedback.MA module formative assessment is by either one or two essays: please refer to the relevant online module description.For those modules with one formative essay (and for the second of two formative essays), the deadlines are: In modules with two formative essays, the module tutor will inform you of the deadline for submitting your first essay.Your deadlines for formative assessment will remain unchanged from those listed in the section above.You will find specific instructions for submission on the relevant KEATS page of the module for which you are submitting work.In the case of modules assessed by examination in May/June, you will need alternative assessment arrangements to compensate for the fact that you will likely be unable to attend the examination in London during that time.Alternative assessment typically takes the form of summative essays in place of examination, as follows: If you are taking either 5AANA014 Intermediate Logic or 6AANA030 Set Theory (where essays in place of examinations are impracticable), we will contact you individually to determine the most suitable alternative assessment arrangement for you.Note that it would be sensible to aim to get your work in a day or two earlier than the deadline: there's no predicting when things like illness, computer malfunction or transport disruption might throw a spanner in the works.All 2018/19 submission deadlines Deadlines for the submission of your coursework are set by the Assessment Sub Board.