All students are required to sit a written examination.
The test consists of three questions, and lasts 1.5 hours.
Each answer is worth up to 10 points, and you must answer all questions.
Answers must be 200 words or less.
Prior to grading exams, your answers will be processed by the antiplagiarism software – this is to uphold academic integrity and discourage potential misconduct.
A plagiarism score of between 1% and 15% is acceptable; between 15% and 40% is considered evidence of substantive plagiarism and will imply a penalty; beyond 40% the exam will not be graded – the student will automatically receive a failing grade.
In general, cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated. In the event that a student is found cheating or plagiarizing, the student will get a failing grade. The student will need to sit the exam again, and will be reported to Programme Director.
Grades for each exam session will be uploaded into Delphi. You will have the opportunity to discuss your exam with the instructor, should you wish so, prior to deciding whether to register the grade. To do so, please use the field ‘note’ in Delphi, to notify the instructor and ask for a meeting.
Students are allowed to sit any session scheduled in the exam calendar (available at the webpage of the course). No other dates – pre-exams, exceptional sessions, etc. – can be scheduled.
Please remember to book your exam by logging into Delphi.