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Academic Honesty and Integrity

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Students at King's College London are part of an academic community that values trust, fairness and respect. As part of enrolment, all students agree to abide by the regulations of the university and to act with honesty and integrity.

Assessment & External Examiners

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Information on assessment processes and the roles and duties of External Examiners.

Credits: Translation of credits/marks attained through study away from the College

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Framework for translation of marks (consisting of two possible models: credit transfer and marks transfer) to be applied by Assessment Boards when translating marks attained by students through study away from the College.

C-Score: College Discretion Framework for Using the C-Score

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Procedure to be used by Assessment Boards when exercising discretion in determining results, taking into account the candidate's 'C' (cumulative score) indicator.

Examination Results, Publication of

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Procedures for publication of examination results, as approved by College Assessment and Standards Committee, December 2014.

Examination Scripts, Guidance for Staff

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Guidance for staff on provision of student access to marked examination scripts, as part of university feedback processes.

Examination Scripts, Guidance for Students

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Guidance for students on the procedure for access to marked examination scripts, to support learning and as part of university feedback processes.

External Examiners' Reports, Procedure for consideration of

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Process for consideration of External Examiners' reports and responses to reports.

External Examiners', Guidance on induction and support

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Guidance on the induction and support processes for all new External Examiners.

Feedback, Policy for Staff on Student Feedback

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Policy for staff on the importance of providing effective feedback, in the university context, to enable students to understand the different forms of feedback available, to recognise when feedback is provided, and to benefit from the process.
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