If you miss the deadline without good reason, your module tutor is under no obligation to provide you with feedback.
You should aim to use the entire semester for formative essay work, rather than leaving everything to the end.
The deadlines for formative essays are: In modules which deviate from the standard pattern, the module tutor/ Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) will inform you of the deadlines for submitting your formative work.
If you miss the deadline without good reason, your seminar leader is under no obligation to provide you with feedback.
For the majority of modules formative assessment is by one essay, due in the middle of the relevant semester.
Formative work will be submitted via email to your seminar leader.
In the case of modules assessed by examination in May/June, you will need alternative assessment arrangements to compensate for the fact that you will likely be unable to attend the examination in London during that time.
Alternative assessment typically takes the form of summative essays in place of examination, as follows: If you are taking either 5AANA014 Intermediate Logic or 6AANA030 Set Theory (where essays in place of examinations are impracticable), we will contact you individually to determine the most suitable alternative assessment arrangement for you.
Note that it would be sensible to aim to get your work in a day or two earlier than the deadline: there's no predicting when things like illness, computer malfunction or transport disruption might throw a spanner in the works.
All 2018/19 submission deadlines Deadlines for the submission of your coursework are set by the Assessment Sub Board.