Assessment & Examinations

The main form of undergraduate assessment is through examinations set by the University that take place during the second half of the Easter Term.

Most courses, particularly in the final year, are also assessed by dissertations or research project reports that are entered at the same time, but which will have been the subject of work over much or all of the academic year.

College supervisors will sometimes set 'mocks' as practice, but supervisions are not assessed, and do not contribute to the University exams.