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  1. Good academic practice

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-good-academic-practice/good-academic-practice.pdf

    This policy concerns all matters relating to Good Academic Practice including high principles, processes, sanctions, record keeping and anonymity and appeals.…

    This policy concerns all matters relating to Good Academic Practice including high principles, processes, sanctions, record keeping and anonymity and appeals.

  2. Higher degrees

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-higher-degrees/higher-degrees.pdf

    This policy describes the criteria, eligibility, application process and appeal procedure for awarding Higher Degrees, including DLitt, DSc and MD by Portfolio.…

    This policy describes the criteria, eligibility, application process and appeal procedure for awarding Higher Degrees, including DLitt, DSc and MD by Portfolio.

  3. Scottish graduate entry medicine (SCOTGEM) MB ChB programme regulations 2021-2022 (Version 1.5)

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-scotgem-programme-regulations/scotgem-programme-regulations.pdf

    The document details the regulations unique to the Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine programme (ScotGEM).…

    The document details the regulations unique to the Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine programme (ScotGEM).

  4. Illegible exam scripts

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-illegible-exam-scripts/illegible-exam-scripts.pdf

    This policy relates to the responsibility of UG and PGT students to ensure their examination scripts are legible, and how Schools should proceed in instances where examination scripts are illegible.…

    This policy relates to the responsibility of UG and PGT students to ensure their examination scripts are legible, and how Schools should proceed in instances where examination scripts are illegible.