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    Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education clarifies Trinity examinations arrangements

    Following concerns raised by a number of students surrounding academic arrangements for Trinity term, Cherwell reached out to Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education for...

    Oxford releases Safety Net Policy for remote assessments

    The University of Oxford has released its examination ‘Safety Net Policy’ this morning. This policy has been made for subjects where remote assessments are...

    Oxford SU Assessment Consultation results show little agreement between students

    The Oxford Student Union has released the results of the Teaching and Assessment Student Consultation (TASC) which received a total of 5462 submissions. This...

    Opinion – Oxford Finalists Deserve a Proper ‘Safety Net’

    On Wednesday 25th March I released an Open Letter to the University advocating for a ‘guaranteed minimum’ grade to be implemented to protect students particularly...

    University releases Trinity examination arrangements

    The Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Martin Williams, has today released information on Trinity Term examinations. The changes are as follows: All first-year exams, with the exception of medicine and...

    Remote Teaching Is No Good Quick Fix

    With the structure of Trinity Term and exams still up in the air, Guy Dabby-Joory offers the University some alternatives to remote teaching.

    Lady Pat. R. Honising – First, Blue, or Spouse?

    "A first unfortunately doesn’t happen overnight, honey."

    Transcriptions for ‘illegible’ exams cost students over £30,000 since 2014

    The average transcription costs over £144 at Oxford, compared to just £25 at St Andrew's.

    Uni remains undecided after ‘e-exam’ pilot

    In the UK, according to a survey by the Heads of eLearning Forum, more than 60% of universities have introduced e-exams in at least one or two modules.

    Oxford has become an exam factory

    Courses are inflexible and aren’t interdisciplinary