School Policies & Forms
Viewing of Examination Scripts
Viewing of Semester 2 examination scripts can be arranged by completing this form.
Students may also make an appointment to meet, online, with academic staff to discuss their results. The purpose of such meetings is to provide feedback, and not to negotiate results that have already been approved.
Consultation dates available are Wednesday, 1 July 2020 and Thursday, 2 July 2020, please indicate your preferred day on the form.
Semester 1 exam scripts cannot be accessed due to the campus closure.
All work will be checked for plagiarism. Students who are guilty of plagiarism will go on record as having plagiarised and this record will be kept for the duration of their degree programme. Second and subsequent plagiarism cases are dealt with very seriously indeed.
In the writing of your continuous assessment assignments, you will of course need to refer to both printed and online books, papers and resources. The work you submit however must be in your own words, with direct quotations or reference to other people’s work supported by proper references and a bibliography. Direct copying or paraphrasing of another person’s words or ideas without appropriate acknowledgement, constitutes plagiarism. In order to maintain academic integrity, the School of Applied Psychology takes plagiarism very seriously. If you are found to have plagiarised other people’s ideas or words you will lose some or all marks for the relevant piece of work. The School follows UCC policy on the issue, and you will find an outline of this policy at https://www.ucc.ie/en/exams/procedures-regulations/
Please take careful note of deadline dates and times set for assignments as there are serious lateness penalties as per the book of modules, which states that:
Work which is submitted late shall be assigned a mark of zero
The school policy is that there are no extensions on work set.
The deadline for all assignments is 11h00. You may still submit your assignment to the assignment link after the deadline has passed, however, please note that all work submitted to this link after 11.00am on submission day will automatically be given a grade of zero unless you apply for, and are granted, a waiver of the late penalty. If you are submitting late, the link will bring you automatically to an electronic waiver application form also prompts you to email your supporting documentation where necessary to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Late assessment forms are reviewed by the school teaching and learning committee and waivers will normally be given in cases of serious illness or family bereavement. Appropriate documentation, such as a doctor’s certificate covering the time specified, must be provided. In respect of other reasons for late work, the committee will consider each lateness application on a case by case basis.
If you have missed a mandatory class or practical session, you will also need to submit a lateness waiver to the school. You can find it at this link.
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