If the Academic Misconduct Committee decides you committed the offence, the standard penalty is a mark of 0 for the entire module. If you have a reassessment attempt remaining, you are permitted to take it but you can only get the credits; your mark will stay at 0. This means you could still have the credits to graduate but your transcript and your degree classification calculation would include the 0 from that module.
If you have Exceptional Circumstances and they are accepted by the committee, your penalty could be lowered to one deemed more appropriate. For example, you might be allowed to take a capped reassessment.
Students who are studying on courses where the entire year is counted as one large module will have their penalty varied so they don't need to retake the whole year's assessments. These are usually students studying in the Faculty of Health.
Students who are found to have committed exam misconduct for the second time will be withdrawn, unless they have Exceptional Circumstances that might lower the penalty.