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Let down?

"I won't even be leaving having experienced the full three years of my degree. I have Covid to thank for that."

PPE finalists sign open letter calling for all finals to be open-book

Economics finals will be held in an open-book online format, while politics and philosophy are set to be sat in-person. The signatories say that this discrepancy will disadvantage them, since finalists who matriculated in 2019 will never have sat an in-person exam during their time at Oxford University.

BREAKING: English faculty to hold finals online

Only one set of papers, Course II Paper 6 Language papers, will be held in-person. 

PhysPhil students receive results 101 days after exams end

Since their last exam on October 16, it took until this Monday for Physics and Philosophy (commonly abbreviated to PhysPhil) students to receive results....

Law finalists not informed of exam error

A Law FHS paper contained different instructions than previously stated in the exam conventions, and finalists were not communicated instructions to remedy this mistake...

Department choices show unequal application of safety net policy

It has been revealed that departments have implemented the University’s ‘Safety Net’ policy with significantly varying approaches. The policy, released on the University’s website on...

Opinion – Oxford Finalists Deserve a Proper ‘Safety Net’

On Wednesday 25th March I released an Open Letter to the University advocating for a ‘guaranteed minimum’ grade to be implemented to protect students particularly...

Finalists demand predicted grades safety net

An open letter signed by 1,600 finalists has asked the University to give finalists their predicted grade as a “guaranteed minimum” in light of...

Final year blues

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. I’m inclined to believe that Jack would have had a quarter life crisis regardless of the...

History theses will be examined by supervisors in new trial

The changes are to ensure thesis examiners are "most appropriately qualified"

Music finalists raise concerns over ‘illegible’ exam paper

The Faculty has been criticised for its "unacceptable" mistake

Had Eno-ugh of revision? Give ‘Ascent’ a listen

Exams coming up? Check out this perfect track to help you cope

A Day In the Life: Rugby blue

Will Wilson explains how he juggles his sporting pursuits with his degree

The Norrington Table serves no meaningful purpose

Daniel Kodsi argues that the Norrington Table's is too superficial to provide any valuable insight into collegiate disparity in finals

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