Publishing of Examination Timetables
January 2019 examination timetable (published on Wednesday, 12th December 2018 at 2:30pm)
The May 2019 examination timetable will be published by 5pm on Friday 22nd March.
The August 2019 examination timetable will be published by 5pm on Friday 12th July.
The examination timetable is subject to change to ensure the best examination experience. Please make sure you check the timetable carefully and regularly before your examination(s).
All candidates with extra provisions who we are expecting to sit exams will be contacted notifying them of their arrangements following the publication of the examination timetable. If you do not receive this information within 3 weeks of the timetable release and are expecting to take exams with special arrangements please contact email@example.com as soon as possible. If you an unsure if you are due to take any exams please contact your Course Office.
Examinations can be held both on and off campus so we strongly advise you to familiarise yourself with all possible venues well in advance of your examinations. You will not be permitted extra time if you arrive late for this reason.
Split examination timetable (published on Friday, 14th December 2018 at 11:30am)
Some examinations take place in more than one examination venue at the same time. This is referred to as a SPLIT venue in the examination timetable and is sometimes necessary when there are high numbers of students sitting an examination. The split is usually done by student surnames. For example, one exam room might be for students with surnames A-M and another room for students with surnames N-Z.
If you discover that you have two examinations on the same day, please inform your department as soon as possible. They will liaise with the Examinations Office who will contact you before the start of the exams to confirm what arrangements put in place for you.
Special Exam Arrangements
Special Arrangements are available for any student who has registered with Learning Success. These arrangements are mainly for dyslexic, disabled or injured students, as well as students with mental health issues. Please consult the Special Arrangements area of the exams website for more information.