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MA930 class test

Subject to restrictions, the class test for MA930 will be held in-person on Monday 06 December 2021, 10am (UK time).

In submitting my assessed work I declare that:

  1. have read the guidance on plagiarism/cheating provided in the Handbook and understand the University regulations in relation to plagiarism/cheating. am aware of the potential consequences of committing plagiarism/cheating. declare that the work is all my own, except where have stated otherwise.
  2. No substantial part(s) of the work submitted here has also been submitted by me in other assessments for accredited courses of study (other than in the case of a resubmission of a piece of work), and I acknowledge that if this has been done an appropriate reduction in the mark might otherwise have received will be made.
  3. understand that should this piece of work raise concerns requiring investigation in relation to points 1. and/or 2. above, it is possible that other work I have submitted for assessment will be checked, even if the marking process has been completed.

I have used a proofreader (paid or unpaid) to support the submission of this assignment (required)

The University expects all proofreaders to comply with its policy in this area. By selecting 'yes', you confirm that the proofreader was made aware of and has complied with the University's proofreading policy:


Instructions for the solutions submission

Please upload your solutions as a single .pdf file. Name your file MA930xxxxxx.pdf where xxxxxx is your student id

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