Accessibility statement

Assessment and examination

Procedures and policies relating to assessment, marking and feedback can be found in the University’s Guide to Assessment, Standards, Marking and Feedback

The Department follow the University rules for progression and award outlined in:

Programme specific policies

BSc Psychology in Education

The empirical dissertation is non-compensatable.

MA programmes – Planning and Communicating Research (PCR) module

All three assessed components are graded as Pass or Fail.  As there are no numerical grades the results do not form part of the average mark for the taught part of the MA programme, thus they are not covered by the compensation rules.  You must pass all three components to pass the module to be awarded an MA or Diploma.

PCR is not one of the modules that contribute to the award of a Certificate.  To be awarded a Certificate you need to pass 60 credits from your five other modules (ie modules where the 0-100 mark scale is used).