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Submitting assessment tasks
A Sydney Business School assignment cover sheet must be attached to each piece of written assessment. This cover sheet can be obtained from the SBS Reception or website. Students must submit written assessments in class or at the School reception on the due date at the specific time directed by the individual lecturer. The lecturer or a member of the School administrative staff will sign and stamp the cover sheet and a receipt will be given to the student. Students must retaintheir assignment receipt and a hard or soft copy of the assessment work until after the completion of the intake.
Faxing, mailing or emailing assignments
Faxing, mailing or emailing of assignment work will NOT be accepted at Sydney Business School. Assessment work received by these methods will not be marked.
Returning assessment tasks & retention of assessments.The lecturer will return written assessment tasks either in class or inform students that they are available for collection at the School reception. Each assessment task will be awarded a mark and have written feedback from the lecturer. Assessment tasks which are relevant to the final examination for the subject will be marked and available for collection before the final examination. Uncollected written assessments will be retained by the School until the end of the appeal period (10 days after the distribution of the mark or release of final grade). Students are expected to retain marked assessment tasks until the subject results have been released at the end of the intake.Students are expected to retain marked assessment tasks until the subject results have been released at the end of the intake.
Penalties for late submission of assessment
Assessed work must be handed in by the date and time given. Assessed work handed in late will be penalised by the deduction (from the mark given to the assessed work) of 20 percentage points per working day or part thereof. The operation of this rule will not result in a negative mark being carried