Important Information: 'Fit To Sit' Policy

No ratings yet. Log in to rate.

The University operates a “Fit to Sit” policy. This means that "if you undertake an assessment then you are declaring yourself well enough to do so".

If you feel your ability to complete a piece of coursework, to prepare for or sit an exam is being affected by extenuating circumstances, you can submit a Deferral Request or a Coursework Extension Request, as appropriate. The forms required, and a copy of the Fit to Sit Policy, can be found here:

https://www3.rgu.ac.uk/about/schools-and-departments/administration-and-support/governance-and-academic-quality/quality-assurance-and-regulations/academic-regulations-student-forms

If you need advice on making a Deferral Request or a Coursework Extension Request, you can contact the Union’s Student Advice Co-ordinator at advice@rguunion.co.uk

Comments

No comments have been made. Please log in to comment.
 

Top stories from Radar

Aberdeen mother launches Emergency Carer Packs program

An Aberdeen mother and carer launches a new program to help carers and children with disabilities.

 
Green Day - Father of All… Review

Ever since Green Day formed as a band in 1987, there is no doubt that they have become one of the most iconic punk bands of all time. Now they have released a new album, Father of All…, which is the shortest in their long career at 26 minutes and 12 seconds.

 
Bravely Default Review

Bravely Default is your typical JRPG with a twist – the twist being that the gameplay mechanics are completely different compared to any JRPG by using the ‘Brave’ and ‘Default’ systems in turn-based combat.

 
Caroline Flack found dead in her flat

Caroline Flack, famous British TV presenter, has been found to have taken her own life. She is known for presenting ‘Love Island’, the radio show ‘Heart Radio’, and, for winning ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.