Due to current situation, UCL will be conducting modified assessments this year as this is better for students in the long term than deferring assessment to a later date or cancelling them altogether. Giving you the best possible chance to make progress now is better than delaying the assessment burden and worries to a later unspecified date: particularly with this safety net of policies that allow us to accommodate worse than expected performance and altered degree weighting calculations. The vast majority of students do well in their assessments at UCL and we hope this will be the case this year with these changes in place.In order to accomodate for these changes your department/tutor will have emailed you with the way you will be assessed. The guidance links below cover the different methods of assessment and you should select the one which applies to you in order to ensure that you submit your submission correctly for your assessment typethat you may need to complete at UCL.
- AssessmentUCL exams (2020-21) - online assessment platform that was used for 2021 centrally managed exams and is being piloted across UCL.
- Creating a Video - Guidance on how to create a video, including a pre-recorded presentation for assessment.
- Video Assignment - Guidance on how to submit a video for assessment
- Moodle Assignment - These are alternative assessments taking place in the form of a coursework submission. You will submit as you would normally submit your coursework.
- Turnitin Assignment - These are alternative assessments taking place in the form of a coursework submission. You will submit as you would normally submit your coursework.
- Presentation Exam - These exam approaches will be used to carry out your presentations or Vivas in some cases. The guide explains how to use the different tools.
- Blogs and Portfolio Assessments - These exams will require you to create blogs or porfolios using the tools Reflect or MyPortfolio
- Large File Submissions OneDrive (Student) - Guidance on how to submit large files for submissions on Moodle