If you are mitigating a first attempt and your claim is accepted, your mark for the assessment is annulled and you will be given a further first attempt. In addition to the details of the mitigation claim and the supporting evidence, a student is also required to explain why the claim was not submitted within the standard five working day deadline after the assessment date, supported by appropriate documentary evidence. Once you have formally submitted a late mitigation claim, it cannot be withdrawn. Student Advice Service Email: In these cases, if Section B has not been completed, the mitigation claim will be automatically rejected. We advise that you send your work via a registered or recorded mail service.
If you are unable to complete and submit your work on time, please think carefully about whether your grounds for requesting an extension are likely to be sufficient, bearing in mind the information above. We will not accept work that is later than five working days. What is late mitigating circumstances? Submit your claim as soon as possible and state that the evidence will follow in no more than TEN working days. You can find out more information and how to submit late Turnitin work by visiting the late work webpage at anglia. If you are submitting a late claim, you must complete Section B of the form in addition to all other sections which requires you to provide an explanation as to why you were unable to submit your claim by the correct five day deadline.
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You can find out more information and how to submit late Turnitin work by visiting the late work webpage at anglia. How do I submit a claim for mitigating circumstances?
For Extesion Support please contact us via: Coversheets and receipts can be printed from e: This is very important – you will need to provide details of any medical certificates or supporting independent documentation to explain your claim. Please note that photographs are very rarely acceptable forms of evidence and photographs are not suitable for submission as evidence of a medical condition eg: If you regularly find yourself needing longer you must speak with your Personal Tutor or our Study Skills Plus Team to avoid ruskiin having a negative impact on your course.
They are fxtension required for Turnitin submissions. A completed mitigating circumstances form must be submitted to a Student Adviser within five working days of the assessment date, you will also be required to provide date relevant evidence of your circumstances to support your claim see guidance notes on the mitigation form.
If in doubt please speak to the Module Leader or your lecturer for more information. We advise that you send your work dissedtation a registered or recorded mail service. Similarly, a copy of a prescription for medication is not an acceptable form of evidence. How do I submit a late mitigation claim?
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When you have submitted your work you cannot subsequently amend it nor replace it with another version. If you require further clarification you should speak to a Student Adviser.
Disserfation short-term illness A short-term illness of any person for whom you are a carer Authorised absence during teaching weeks An enforced change in employment circumstances for which only short term notice was given Other reasons considered acceptable by the Student Adviser The following are not acceptable reasons for such a request: Not all anglja are required, but please use more than two characters in your search to allow us to return a result.
Yes, but you must ensure that you post your work to the correct iCentre.
If the documentary evidence to accompany the claim is not immediately available, do not delay the submission of the form. If you miss this deadline, you may be extensin to submit a late mitigation claim see below but you will be required to provide an acceptable reason and evidence to explain the failure not to submit by the main five day deadline.
Please bear in mind that needing an extension should be a rare occurrence. Section 6 of the Academic Regulations provides full details on the mitigation process. Your claim will be considered in strict confidence by the formally constituted Anglia Ruskin Mitigation Panel, making formal recommendations on the outcome of your claim to the Anglia Ruskin Awards Board.
If you have been granted an extensionyou can submit you work up to a maximum of five working days by dissertatiln after the extended deadlineand which is subject to a penalty see Step 2 below.