Uea Submitting Coursework Info

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  1. I don't know if this is the right section but can please tell me what this means exactly, I think I know but I want to make sure I'm right lol

    The penalties for late submission of numerically marked work for assessment in the absence of acceptable extenuating circumstances are:

    Work Submitted - Marks deducted
    After 15:00 on the due date and before 15:00 on the day following the due date - 10 marks
    After 15:00 on the second day after the due date and before 15:00 on the third day after the due date - 20 marks
    After 15:00 on the third day after the due date and before 15:00 on the 20th day after the due datee. - all the marks the work merits if submitted on time (i.e. no marks awarded)
    After 20 working days - work will not be marked and a mark of zero will be entered.

    Saturdays and Sundays will NOT be taken into account for the purposes of calculation of marks deducted.

    SO IF SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS WILL NOT BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT. THAT DOES MEAN THAT IF THE DEADLINE IS THURSDAY, THEN SATURDAY ISN'T COUNTED AS THE THIRD DAY? SO MONDAY IS THE THIRD DAY? So if I submit on Monday before 3PM, I will still only get 20 marks off instead of all the marks the work merits?

    Also, 'all of the marks the work merits' legit means I will get 0%? That's harsh
  2. Actually, your uni sounds pretty generous. For mine, anything submitted late but 24 hours after the deadline was capped at 40%, anything after that without extenuating circumstances was given 0%. Uni lecturers don't really have time to mark late work, so they won't want to encourage you being late.

    But yeah, I think Monday counts as the 3rd day, but you should probably check if you don't want to get 0!
    (Original post by driftawaay)
    I don't know if this is the right section but can please tell me what this means exactly, I think I know but I want to make sure I'm right lol

    The penalties for late submission of numerically marked work for assessment in the absence of acceptable extenuating circumstances are:

    Work Submitted - Marks deducted
    After 15:00 on the due date and before 15:00 on the day following the due date - 10 marks
    After 15:00 on the second day after the due date and before 15:00 on the third day after the due date - 20 marks
    After 15:00 on the third day after the due date and before 15:00 on the 20th day after the due datee. - all the marks the work merits if submitted on time (i.e. no marks awarded)
    After 20 working days - work will not be marked and a mark of zero will be entered.

    Saturdays and Sundays will NOT be taken into account for the purposes of calculation of marks deducted.

    SO IF SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS WILL NOT BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT. THAT DOES MEAN THAT IF THE DEADLINE IS THURSDAY, THEN SATURDAY ISN'T COUNTED AS THE THIRD DAY? SO MONDAY IS THE THIRD DAY? So if I submit on Monday before 3PM, I will still only get 20 marks off instead of all the marks the work merits?

    Also, 'all of the marks the work merits' legit means I will get 0%? That's harsh

Types of Coursework

Coursework (assessment) is a key part of your academic life. There are two functions to coursework: to help you learn through feedback (formative); to evaluate your progress within the module (summative).

 

Formative coursework marks do not contribute to your module and degree results; summative coursework marks contribute to your module and degree results.

 

Submission Regulations and Guidelines

There are University regulations on how coursework is submitted and processed at the university. For some guidance on coursework submission, check out our guide. Some of the topics covered include

Coursework FAQs

 

Process of Submitting Work

  • All assessments are due at 3pm on the day of the deadline.
  • If you’re submitting your work electronically via e:vision give yourself ample time before the 3pm deadline. Deadlines can be stressful and the upload process might not be immediate.
  • If you encounter circumstances that affect your ability to meet the deadline, you can submit an extenuating circumstances report form; the extenuating circumstances committee for each school will evaluate how a situation might have affected your performance.
  • If you do make a mistake uploading your file, or want to upload another version, you can do so anytime up to the deadline.

 

The Assessment Submission tab in your e:vision account shows the types of assessment required for your modules (e.g. online or paper copy), along with their due dates. You can also take a look at the guidance document on Submission of work for assessment using e:vision for a complete explanation of the electronic submission process, or refer to our submission guidelines page.

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