Coursework Marking

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The Coursework module manages blind, double-marking; marking workflows and allocation; automatic agreement of grades; and controls what feedback and grade information is shown to the student once their grade has been released. Formative assessment is a required assessment which does not count towards the module mark, is designed for all students and provides students with feedback on their performance.

The Board comprises all internal examiners and at least one external examiner.

A senior independent member of faculty staff chairs it.

You should note that marks and grades are subject to a process of moderation, which ensures their validity and reliability, and that no result is finalised until confirmed by the Board of Examiners.

The Board of Examiners makes decisions about your assessment results, progress and final award in accordance with the course and award regulations.

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If you are studying a coursework degree at UTS, you will receive a grade for each subject that you complete.

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The forms of assessment associated with each module are described in your course/subject and/or module handbook(s). The relative weighting between coursework and examinations and the overall contribution of the module to the final award are set out in course regulations.

The assessment is designed to demonstrate how well you have met the learning outcomes of the module.


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