Submission retention and collection of written

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Submission, Retention and Collection of Written Assessment Assessed work must be handed in by the date and time listed under each assessment task. All assessment tasks must represent the enrolled student's own ORIGINAL work and must not have been previously submitted for assessment in any formal course of study. If a student does not attend a required in-session test/examination, and also fails to produce satisfactory medical or other reasons for this (See Section C: General Advice for Students), a deferred examination will NOT be offered, and the student may be deemed to have failed the subject, other marks notwithstanding. Submitting Assessment Tasks Students are required to submit original work which will provide a basis for the certification of competence in this subject. These assessments may include: examinations, tests, take-home examinations, quizzes, assignments, essays, laboratory reports, demonstrations, folio of creative works, performances, tutorial presentation and participation. A Faculty of Business and Law assignment cover sheet must be attached to each piece of written assessment task. This cover sheet can be obtained from the website: . Students should ensure they receive a receipt of submission and retain this for proof of submission. Extensions Extensions of time to submit material for assessment can only be requested in advance of the due date for an assessment activity through the Academic Consideration process on SOLS. For more information please refer to the Student Academic Consideration Policy at:
MARK101 Subject Outline Spring, 2020, Wollongong Page 21 of 23 Faxing, Posting and Emailing Assessment Work Students may not e-mail, post or fax assessment tasks unless specifically requested by or with the prior approval of the subject coordinator. Late Submission of Assessment Tasks Assessed work submitted late will be penalised by the deduction of 10 percent of the maximum possible mark for that assessment per working day or part thereof. The operation of this rule will not result in a negative mark being carried forward. This penalty for late submission may be waived upon presentation of a medical certificate of illness for a relevant period, or upon evidence of untoward or approved circumstances that fall under the Student Academic Consideration Policy (See Section C: General Advice for Students). Collection Assessment items will normally be returned to students within three (3) weeks of the due date. Assessment tasks which are relevant to the final examination for the subject will be marked and available for collection prior to the study week before the final examination. Retention The university retains records of student academic work in accordance with the University Records Management Policy and the State Records Act 1988 and uses these records in accordance with the University Privacy Policy and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998.

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