Everything you need to know about your exams—when they’re happening, where they are, and how you can prepare for them.
Summer exams are proceeding as scheduled from 17 February. The University is in contact with students who have exams scheduled in February and are affected by travel restrictions to make alternative arrangements. For more details and regular updates please visit the coronavirus (COVID-19) student support page.
About your exams
Dates and timetable
Find out when your exams will be held and how to access your personal exam timetable.
Venues and seating
Get familiar with your exam venue, how to get there and what services and facilities are available.
What to bring
If you have an exam coming up, it’s important to know what items you are permitted to take into the venue.
What happens during an exam
Even if you’re in your third year of your degree, exams are nerve-wracking at best, and it is hard to remember everything you are expected to do on exam day.
Alternative exam arrangements
Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs) are study adjustments offered to students who have been granted special consideration for ongoing support. They usually require changes to the scheduled conditions or format of an exam.
Special and supplementary assessment
What to do if you've been offered special or supplementary assessment.
Studying on campus
Find spaces to study on campus, access IT support and book security escorts.
Exam study skills
Tips, workshops and past exams to help you feel confident to achieve your best during final assessments.
Wellbeing during exams
Find advice, resources and support services to help you look after your physical and mental wellbeing during exams.