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10th Century European History

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The College Handbook for Taught Students makes clear that students who submit work

which is late or overlength will be penalized severely.

Submission of assessed course work:

All assessed coursework should be submitted online via BART; it is your responsibility

to check your BART record to establish the due date for relevant course work.

Return of assessed work

Work will be returned to you once it has been moderated by another member of staff; this

may take up to three weeks to complete. Please note: marks awarded for all assessed

work are provisional and subject to review and adjustment by the external examiner

during the examination period. This process may result in marks being confirmed, raised

or reduced.

(4) Examination (summative: 50% of the overall mark)

A 2-hour seen examination, held in May/June, in which two questions will be answered;

this accounts for the remaining 50% of the overall course assessment.

A sample exam paper is to be found later in this handbook.

There also past exam papers for a previous version of the module, HIH2020 (‘Post-

Carolingian Europe’), for May/June 2003, May/June 2005, and May/June 2007,

May/June 2009. Please note that the format of the paper was rather different as students

were asked to do three questions in two hours including a gobbet; you will not be

required to do a gobbet question.

V Essay questions

You are required to do ONE essay plan and ONE essay but I would encourage you to do

TWO essay plans. For each essay you should read AT LEAST 6 items from the course

bibliography, and try to read some original source material; if you are in any doubt about

what to read for an essay then ask me for advice.

REMEMBER – there are other students taking this course; there will consequently be

considerable pressure on the library’s resources. It is therefore essential that you do NOT

leave your research for an essay until the week before it is due. Failure to get hold of the

necessary books in time will not, of itself, be considered grounds for an extension and

inadequate and superficial research will, inevitably, be reflected in your essay mark.

NOTE: These titles are based around stand-alone lectures; exam questions will be based

on seminar topics.

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Essay Titles

10th Century European History

7

The College Handbook for Taught Students makes clear that students who submit work

which is late or overlength will be penalized severely.

Submission of assessed course work:

All assessed coursework should be submitted online via BART; it is your responsibility

to check your BART record to establish the due date for relevant course work.

Return of assessed work

Work will be returned to you once it has been moderated by another member of staff; this

may take up to three weeks to complete. Please note: marks awarded for all assessed

work are provisional and subject to review and adjustment by the external examiner

during the examination period. This process may result in marks being confirmed, raised

or reduced.

(4) Examination (summative: 50% of the overall mark)

A 2-hour seen examination, held in May/June, in which two questions will be answered;

this accounts for the remaining 50% of the overall course assessment.

A sample exam paper is to be found later in this handbook.

There also past exam papers for a previous version of the module, HIH2020 (‘Post-

Carolingian Europe’), for May/June 2003, May/June 2005, and May/June 2007,

May/June 2009. Please note that the format of the paper was rather different as students

were asked to do three questions in two hours including a gobbet; you will not be

required to do a gobbet question.

V Essay questions

You are required to do ONE essay plan and ONE essay but I would encourage you to do

TWO essay plans. For each essay you should read AT LEAST 6 items from the course

bibliography, and try to read some original source material; if you are in any doubt about

what to read for an essay then ask me for advice.

REMEMBER – there are other students taking this course; there will consequently be

considerable pressure on the library’s resources. It is therefore essential that you do NOT

leave your research for an essay until the week before it is due. Failure to get hold of the

necessary books in time will not, of itself, be considered grounds for an extension and

inadequate and superficial research will, inevitably, be reflected in your essay mark.

NOTE: These titles are based around stand-alone lectures; exam questions will be based

on seminar topics.

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Essay Titles

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