How long should you wait for your professor?

How long should you wait for your professor?

At most schools, there are rules of thumb about how long to wait if your professor doesn’t show. Fifteen minutes is pretty common, though each campus has its own variation. Some students believe that 10 minutes is long enough. Few schools have a written policy about how long to wait for a late professor.

How long do professors keep papers on file?

I keep tests and papers for up to 1 year after the class ends, but usually only until the end of the next semester. That way, I have the originals if the student has questions or there is a grade appeal (never happened to me in 34 years of teaching).

How do I get a professor to accept late assignment?

How To Ask Professor To Accept Late Assignment?Talk to the professor as early as possible.Keep excuses to a minimum.Take personal responsibility.Turn in quality work.Don’t get upset if points are taken off.Assure the professor that this won’t happen again and follow through.

Can you submit to Turnitin after due date?

You may still be able to submit your assignment through Turnitin after the due date has passed. Your lecturer will be notified that your submission was made after the due date. If the Turnitin link is no longer available, you will have to contact your lecturer or course coordinator to submit your work.

What is late submission?

Definition of late submission Any work that has been submitted after a deadline has passed is classed as late except in cases where an extension has already been agreed via mitigating circumstances procedures and DASS extensions.

Is a third a fail?

A third class honours still means that you have received a bachelor degree. So in answer to the second part of your question (“they should declare fail to the student getting below lower second class degree?”) – a 3rd is a pass, a fail is a fail.

Can I fail a module in my first year?

If it is a core module then you will mostly likely be require to retake in the summer exam period, and if you fail that you may be required to retake the year, or exceptionally be permitted to continue to second year but be required to retake that module along with your second year modules.

What happens if I fail one module?

Normally students are allowed one retake of failed modules. If they don’t pass that time then it’s likely they’ll have to retake the module the following year. This comes at an extra financial cost and it means they won’t be able to progress to the next year of their course.