LEARNER ASSESMENT HANDBOOK
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Examinations may be held during January, the last two weeks of April and first two weeks of May with some examinations during the day time. Examination Timetables/Rules and Regulations are available for download from the College website evening.corkcollegeofcommerce.ie – under Assessment Handbook for Learners. It is the students responsibility to access this information, familiarise themselves with rules and regulations and to ensure that they are correctly registered with the different Institutes and entered for examinations.
Please note examination dates are at the discretion of the Examination Board and may be subject to change. Photo Identification (drivers licence, passport or any other form of Photo identification) will be required for each examination. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the relevant Course Director if they wish to repeat or resit their examinations.
Students who complete a module in December will receive their results in June. The college is not authorised to release examination results until the External Authenticator ratifies such results. Examination Results are then approved by the Examination Board and can only then be given to students in June.
N.B. Please note students will not be entered for examinations nor will they receive their results or certificate unless full fees are paid to the college.
Students with Special Requirements must fill in QA 6.6b Evidence of Disability/Specific Need Form which can be downloaded from your Assessment Handbook for Learners. Please return with documented evidence before 1st December for students who have registered for Autumn Courses and 31st January for students who have registered for the Spring courses to Course Director in charge of your night.
- Students are advised to keep a Hard Copy of all work submitted and to save their work on a USB Pen.
- Coursework will not be returned to students once submitted for assessment.
Dates for submission of coursework will be provided by the tutor at the beginning of the course and these dates must be strictly adhered to. Coursework cannot be accepted after the specified dates. Students must have 80% attendance in college to be entered for certification.