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Academic regulations

LSE Code of Good Practice

LSE School’s plagiarism and assessment misconduct regulationsLSE

regulations School’s on assessment offences other than plagiarism.-line assessment Procedures for Candidates

Academic Integrity statement

When you submit an assessment, you will be asked to indicate your agreement with LSE’s academic integrity statement, the text of which is as follows:


As “As an LSE student, I reiterate my commitment to abide by and uphold the School’s Code of Good Practice [] and Integrity as outlined in and Intergrity. I confirm that I have read, understood and will abide by the School’s plagiarism and assessment misconduct regulations, [] , the School's regulations on assessment offences other than plagiarism School’s on-line assessment Procedures for Candidates [], and by any department guidelines.

I also confirm that:

  • the The work in this assessment is solely my own; and

  • I have not conferred or collaborated with anyone in producing this specific assessment*; and

  • For essay-type assessments or other types of assessments where indicated by the Department, I have clearly cited and referenced the work of others appropriately as stated in the instructions that accompany this assessment; and

  • all All essay-type assessments (if any) I have submitted, while possibly expanding on earlier formative or summative work, do not re-use substantial/verbatim materials I have previously submitted to the School or elsewhere; and

  • I understand the School has the right to ask me questions about the originality of my work if deemed necessary

*It is acceptable to consult with LSE LIFE for general study skills questions but not questions specific to the content of a particular assessment.

Guidance on how to submit

Student support

LSE LIFE LSELIFE offers good advice and one to one sessions prior to your assessment to prepare yourself for the online assessment period, you can find out more on the  LSE LIFE LSELIFE Moodle page.

Student Wellbeing Services also offer online one to one sessions and have collated helpful advice to stay well and healthy while working and studying remotely.

The Digital Skills Lab offers online self-study in Microsoft Office, web design, coding and more.


Please note, if during your online assessment periods you experience technical


issues relating to your online assessment(s), contact with the subject heading: Assessment inquiry and course code for support or phone: (+44) 020 7107 5000


DTS Tech Support


will be operating weekdays 8am–5.30pm (UK time), excluding UK bank holidays, and Saturday 9am–1pm (UK time) during the assessment period.

If you experience any problems with your submission on Moodle, please upload your file (answers) via the following link as soon as possible.

General advice

Before every assessment:


If you are required to provide references in your answer(s) you should make sure you are familiar with your department’s preferred referencing method and can access guidance on it (if needed) during the assessment. You can also find information about citing and referencing on the LSE LIFE LSELIFE Moodle page.

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