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Assessed Essays

First Assessed Essay for all Full Year Undergraduate Students

For all full year students the deadline for the first assessed essay is Tuesday, Week 2, Term 2 by 12 noon. Your essay should be 3500 words in length.

It is very important that you have read the information on the Assessment page. It is also important that you read the information provided on the Essays web page about how your essay should be presented and about E-submission via Tabula. Please also read the information in the Undergraduate Handbook about essays and about plagiarism.

Information on MLA Style for referencing, as well as other sources to help you with your essay, can be found in the useful links on the right hand side of this page.

The essay questions will be available here: Assessed Essay 1; Assessed Essay 2

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Second Assessed Essay for all Full Year Undergraduate Students


For all full year undergraduate students the submission deadline for the second assessed essay (of 3500 words) is Tuesday Week 2, Term 3 by 12 noon. For all part year visiting exchange or part year Erasmus students the submission deadline (for an essay of 3000 words) is Tuesday, Week 10, Term 2 by 12 noon. It is very important that you read the information on the Assessment page. It is also important that you read the information provided on the Essays web page about how your essay should be presented and about E-submission via Tabula. Please also read the information in the Undergraduate Handbook about essays and about plagiarism. Information on MLA Style for referencing, as well as other sources to help you with your essay, can be found in the useful links on the right hand side of this page.

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First Assessed Essay for Part Year Visting Exchange and Erasmus Students

For Part Year Visiting and Erasmus students the deadline for the first assessed essay is Tuesday, Week 10, Term 1 by 12 noon. If you are in this category of student your essay should be 3000 words in length.

Before you proceed with your essay it is very important that you have read the information on the Assessment page and the Visiting Students page. It is also important that you read the information provided on the Essays web page about how your essay should be presented and about E-submission via Tabula. Please also read the information in the Undergraduate Handbook about essays and about plagiarism.

Information on MLA Style for referencing, as well as other sources to help you with your essay, can be found in the useful links on the right hand side of this page.

The essay questions will be available here: Assessed Essay 1


If you are a full year visiting or Erasmus student you follow the same assessment pattern as the undergraduate students. See the Assessment page for more information.




 

Useful Links


Visit the Warwick Writing Programme for guidance on MLA Style, writing essays, avoiding plagiarism, information on essay writing sessions being held this term and to make an appointment with an RLF Fellow about your writing.

The Library provides access to a range of print and electronic resources that will be useful when researching for your essay.

To find resources to help with your essays, use Encore, and the page of recommended English databases. For help and guidance on carrying out your research you can use the English subject support pages or contact the Academic Support Librarian for English, Kate Courage (kate.courage@warwick.ac.uk).