Submission of coursework
Submission of coursework
To help ensure work does not go missing or get separated it is advised that you staple your work together or ideally submit your work in a folder that will secure your papers in place. Please be aware that once your work has been marked you can collect it from the appropriate administrative office, this includes any folders you submit your work in.
Work should not be submitted electronically unless unless it is an explicit requirement for the assessment in the module concerned.
Your student number, assessment sequence, module code and word count are to be entered on the Student Feedback Form. All this information is listed on the Tracking Sheet which must be placed on top of your Student Feedback Form when handing in assessment or reassessment work.
During the week all assignment work should be handed in to the normal assignment submission boxes located on campus. Please refer to the 'How to Guide' under the attached link for further details. http://www.worc.ac.uk/registryservices/940.htm
If you are handing assignment work in on a Saturday or Sunday you should hand your work into the Main Reception and ensure that your work is date stamped.
Assessment items must be submitted by 3pm on the day of the deadline
If you choose to post assignments you should do so by Recorded "signed for" or Special Delivery and keep your receipt safe. You should always keep a copy of your assignment whether or not you hand it in personally or by post.
No, assessment items should not be submitted electronically. The University regulations state:
"All coursework must be submitted on paper unless otherwise specified in the module outline. Coursework may not be submitted in electronic form unless it is an explicit requirement for the assessment in the module concerned."
Yes - all work must be completed in order to pass a module.
You should hand your work in as soon as possible and within 14 days of the deadline date.
Your work will need to be handed in within 14 days of the deadline date. If it is handed in after this time it will not be marked.
Any late work must be submitted to the usual place which is normally the appropriate assignment box. Please note that these boxes are checked daily.
If you hand in your work within the 5 day late assignment period your work, if passed, will be capped at the minimum pass mark. If your claim is accepted your work will be marked as if handed in on time. If you hand your work in after the 5 day period your work will not be marked unless your mitigating circumstances are accepted. If your claim is not accepted you will fail the assessment.
Please note any late submission for PGCE assessments requires the completion of a mitigating circumstances form. The module assessment is not graded and marked only as a pass/fail grade which would make capping work impossible.
Christmas and New Year
If you are submitting your assignment over the Christmas and New Year period, there are several options available to you:-
1) You may hand the work in early
2) The University reception desk is manned 24 hours a day over the Christmas and New Year period. You may therefore bring your work into reception where Security will record the date and time it was submitted and ensure the department is informed.
3) You may post the assignment, your work will be treated as received on the day it was postmarked. We recommend that you use a recorded or signed for delivery service because if the work is lost in the post, it will be recorded as a non-submission unless you can evidence when you posted it.
An email receipt will be generated and sent to your University email address when the coversheet barcode has been scanned. You will also be able to log on to SOLE and view the submission status of your coursework.
If the email receipt is required to go to an email address other than your University email address, the University’s email forwarding facility should be used.
No, With effect from the 1 September 2010, work must be submitted by the due date otherwise the submission will be recorded as being late. Work can still be submitted within five days of the deadline but the grade will be capped at the minimum pass grade.
What is the exact date and time I have to hand work in if I am submitting it late but within 5 days of the deadline?
If you submit work within 5 five days of the deadline date your work will be marked but will be capped to a pass mark. Please note that you must submit work within 5 actual days of the deadline date NOT working days. If the five days goes into the weekend you must submit it to main reception and obtain a receipt. Please see below for examples of how long you have:
If the submission date is 15:00 Monday 9 June you MUST submit the work by 15:00 Saturday 14 June. If the submission date is 15:00 Thursday 12 June you MUST submit the work by 15:00 Tuesday 17 June.
If work is being submitted late you MUST submit the work in the usual place. This is normally either the appropriate assignment box or electronically via your SOLE page.
Please note that the assignment boxes are checked daily.
You must NOT submit assessment items directly to the module tutor.
If your claim is accepted and the work was submitted within 14 days of the original assessment submission date it will be marked as if on time. Work submitted after 14 days will not be marked.
For modules where the assessment is marked on a pass/fail basis capping of the work for late submission is impossible; it is therefore not possible to hand in work 5 days late and have your work marked.
Any late submission for pass/fail PGCE assessments requires a mitigating circumstances form.
Please note that under Mitigating Circumstances late submission of work must be submitted within 14 days of the assessment deadline date, otherwise a student will have to claim for non-submission and will have to demonstrate why it was not possible to submit the coursework within the late coursework period.
Unfortunately, assessment receipts are only available for modules started in 2008/9 onwards as we have been unable to generate tracking documents for those modules started before 2008/9 which are still incomplete.