Assessment Policy

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Assessment Policy

Assessments and evaluation are significant parts of learning. Finishing an assignment task in your coursework is an occasion to show your accomplishment. At Liverpool Colleges, you will experience a unique Assessment policy which empowers the learner that paves the way for you to become a modern-day researcher. We employ student-centred Project-based learning (PBL) with a dynamic classroom approach in order to achieve this. Students explore the subject content's real-world applications by active investigation of real-world challenges and problems to gain hands-on experience. Constructive criticism on assessments you gain fromLiverpool Colleges academics will furnish you with an estimation of your accomplishment comparable to the guidelines set by the course and the college.

Written Assignments

Upon completion of the modules of each unit (Subject), students will be given access to the related assignment. The assignments are approximately 3000-5000 words each. Students are provided support on the modules and assignments via the ‘Tutor’ section of the learning platform.


Assignments have several benefits to a learner. Firstly, they provide the necessary proof of learning for the parties involved. Assessments can provide evidence of learning which proves the student’s abilities and demonstrate that they have achieved the learning objectives according to the standards. This can directly be beneficial for the student since it gives a clear picture of the knowledge and skills they have already acquired and show them what they still need to work on. Moreover, text anxiety which may directly affect students' performance can be drastically reduced by an assignment-based learning approach. Furthermore, assignments caused enhanced student motivation since these include defining learning objectives and measuring the progress towards those goals. Lastly, the increased student motivation encourages student engagement which connects the learner to the theoretical activities and practical application of those theories.

The assignment marking process will be completed within 2-3 weeks from the submission date. Additionally, the verification procedure by both the internal verifier and the external verifier is expected to take 1-2 months. These timelines have been established to ensure thorough and accurate assessment of the assignments while maintaining a fair and efficient evaluation process.

If a student fails to satisfy the complete requirements of an assessment criteria of an assignement "NYA",he/she will be charged a 50 GBP for each re-submission. This fee is intended to encourage students successful first attempt as well as covering the re-submission administrative and assessment costs.. Such rate may be subject to increase from time to time without having to consult learners