Schools should request that all coursework is word-processed.
Students who have dyslexia, other types of disability or a long-term medical condition are encouraged to identify themselves to Academic Support* and on submission of relevant documentary evidence and/or assessment by Academic Support, assessment arrangements are made. This may include the use of computers in examinations. Students who do not have a disability or long-term medical condition but do have problems with illegible handwriting can also go to Academic Support for support and guidance on strategies to improve. It is anticipated that this approach reduces to a minimum the number of cases of illegible examination scripts. Where an illegible examination script is received, the procedure outlined below should be followed.
*or equivalent at the International Campuses
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