PHILO_ART: Philosophy (Programme)

This is the Philosophy MPhil assessment space. Each MPhil Stud Module assessed by coursework has an entry below where students should submit the electronic copy of their assignments for assessment. 

All electronic submission for Philosophy modules are to be made to the Philosophy department examination space below, and NOT to the Moodle site for the individual modules.

When submitting on turnitin please put your candidate number only as the file name and also your candidate number only as the 'submission title' under the 'submit paper' tab.

Candidate numbers change each year so make sure you use the correct one.

For all your course work please ensure that the following information is included on the cover sheet.

1.     Module Code and Module Title (Code begins PHIL).
2.     Your candidate number (in the form ABCD1) not your name or student number.
3.     Word length (including footnote and references, but not bibliography).

WORD LENGTH 

  • Assessed work should not exceed the prescribed word count. 
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by less than 10% the mark will be reduced by five percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by 10% or more the mark will be reduced by ten percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.


DEADLINES
For modules taught in Term 1 (Autumn) the due date is January 7th 2019. 

For most modules taught in Term 2 (spring) the due date is April 23rd 2019. 


This is the Philosophy MA assessment space. Each MA Module assessed by coursework has an entry below where students should submit the electronic copy of their assignments for assessment. 

All electronic submission for Philosophy modules are to be made to the Philosophy department examination space below, and NOT to the Moodle site for the individual modules.

When submitting on turnitin please put your candidate number only as the file name and also your candidate number only as the 'submission title' under the 'submit paper' tab.

Candidate numbers change each year so make sure you use the correct one.

For all your course work please ensure that the following information is included on the cover sheet.

1.     Module Code and Module Title (Code begins PHIL).
2.     Your candidate number (in the form ABCD1) not your name or student number.
3.     Word length (including footnote and references, but not bibliography).

WORD LENGTH 

  • Assessed work should not exceed the prescribed word count. 
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by less than 10% the mark will be reduced by five percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by 10% or more the mark will be reduced by ten percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.


DEADLINES
For modules taught in Term 1 (Autumn) the due date is January 7th 2019. 

For most modules taught in Term 2 (spring) the due date is April 23rd 2019. 


Welcome to the Philosophy BA Assessment Space

Each BA Module assessed by coursework has an entry here where students should submit the electronic copy of their assignments for assessment.  All electronic submission for Philosophy modules is to be made to the Philosophy department assessment space below, and not to the Moodle site for the individual modules.

STANDARD DEADLINES (some modules may have different deadlines)

  • For modules taught in Term 1 (autumn) the due date is: 4pm, Monday 13 January 2020
  • For modules taught in Term 2 (spring) the due date is: 4pm, Monday 27 April 2020
  • For Late Summer Assessments (essays) the due date is: TBC

CANDIDATE NUMBER

  • Title both your file name and the 'submission title' under the 'submit paper' tab with your candidate number only
  • When submitting on turnitin please quote your candidate number only
  • Candidate numbers change each year so make sure you use the correct one
COVERSHEET

  • Download the coversheet here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/philosophy/sites/philosophy/files/coversheet.doc
  • For all your course work please ensure that the following information is included on the cover sheet:
1.     Module Code and Module Title.
2.     Your candidate number (in the form ABCD1) not your name, student number, upi number or username.
3.     Word length (including footnote and references, but not bibliography)

WORD LENGTH

  • Assessed work should not exceed the prescribed word count. 
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by less than 10% the mark will be reduced by five percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.
  • For work that exceeds a specified maximum length by 10% or more the mark will be reduced by ten percentage marks, but the penalised mark will not be reduced below the pass mark: marks already at or below the pass mark will not be reduced.
  • The word length for your essay is stated in the submission inbox on this Moodle space.  References and footnotes count towards the word limit, but your bibliography does not.

LATE SUBMISSION PENALTIES

RETURN OF MARKS & FEEDBACK COMMENTS

  • If you follow the instructions correctly, using the cover sheet and submitting by the deadline, then your provisional grades and comments on your essays should be available 4 weeks after the hand-in date (please note that this is the UCL standard turnaround time for all taught courses).
  • If you do not follow the instructions your marks may be delayed, due to the added administrative time spent processing incorrect submissions.