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A3.13.1 All assessments are intended to determine the skills, abilities, understanding and knowledge of each of the individual students undertaking the assessment. Cheating is defined as conduct (whether successful or not) aimed at deceiving the University into acknowledging a false level of attainment by a student. Cheating including assisting someone else to cheat (including attempting to assist someone else to cheat) may be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the University's Disciplinary Procedure. The University takes this issue very seriously and students have been expelled or had their degrees withheld for cheating in assessments. It is important that students having difficulties with their work should seek help from their tutors rather than be tempted to use unfair means to gain marks. Students should not risk losing their degree and undermining all the work they have done towards it.
A3.13.2 Any form of cheating is strictly forbidden under this regulation but, in order to assist understanding, a number of specific forms of cheating are described. These include but are not limited to the following examples:
For further information about these regulations, please contact the Academic Registrar.
Approved: Academic Enhancement & Standards Committee, 27 June 2012 Academic Board, 18 July 2012
Last updated: Academic Enhancement & Standards Committee, 31 October 2012 (revisions to sections 3.3.7 and 3.13)Academic Board, 18 July 2018 (amendment to section A3.13.2.iv on duplication)