Published on Friday, May 05, 2017


By now you should have downloaded your individual exam timetable from the student portal.  Do look at your student email account regularly just in case of any announcements, for example, if there was to be a late room change an email would be sent out by either the University’s Student Services or by the School.


Exams are held across the University campus - take the time to find out where your exams are located so that you are confident on the day that you are going to the right room.  You should plan your journey to arrive at least 15 minutes before the exam starts. 


Remember if you are more than 30 minutes late you won’t be allowed into the exam room.  If you miss the exam you must have a valid excuse, misreading the timetable doesn’t count.


Exams can be stressful.  Take good care of yourself.  Eat well to maximise concentration and energy, get a good night’s sleep and remember to build some ‘me time’ into your revision schedule.  Look out for the wellbeing events run by the Library which aim to help maintain a calm frame of mind.


Exam Extra sessions are run in the Main Library and Alan Gilbert Learning Commons as a part of My Learning Essentials, which are designed to give extra support to all students, no matter where you’re up to with revision.


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