Regulations for the Conduct of University Examinations: Part 2 Number of Examiners

  • 2.1. It is the duty of every supervisory body:

    • (1) to ensure that there is a sufficient number of suitably qualified examiners to prepare and examine every part of the University Examination for which it is responsible;

    • (2) to arrange for their nomination in accordance with Part 4 below.

  • 2.2. Except in the cases mentioned in regulation 2.3 below, every candidate in an examination shall be examined by at least two examiners or by one examiner and one assessor.

  • 2.3. Regulations 2.2 above shall not apply to:

    • (1) an examination which is part of a Preliminary Examination or Moderations (but not Honour Moderations) in the First Public Examination; or

    • (2)  an examination which is exempted from the requirement set out in regulation 2.2 with the written permission of the Chair of the Education Committee.

  • Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Postgraduate Certificate in Supervision of Applied Psychological Practice
  • 2.4.

    • (1) The membership and terms of reference of the Board of Examiners for the Degree of Doctor of Clinical Psychology and the Postgraduate Certificate in Supervision of Applied Psychological Practice shall be determined by the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training.

    • (2) The Course Directors shall deposit annually with the Proctors the procedures for nomination of examiners, and the terms of reference and conventions of the Board of Examiners for each of these awards.

    • (3) Nominations of examiners shall be subject to regulation 4.8 and 4.13 in Part 4 of these regulations.