Everything you need to know about your exams — when they will be, how to prepare, and what to do on exam day.
From Semester 1, 2023 most exams will be held in Melbourne at official University exam venues.
Exams for on-campus subjects
If you are enrolled in any on-campus subjects, you must be in Melbourne for the entire exams period, 5–23 June 2023. You must sit your exams in the format they are offered.
Exams for dual-delivery and online subjects
If you are enrolled in a dual-delivery or online subject, your exams will be delivered online. All exams are listed in AEST time.
Exam dates and timetable
On-campus written exams
Information about how your on-campus written exam will run, including venue details, what to bring, and what to expect on the day.
On-campus digital exams
Find out how your on-campus digital (Cadmus or LMS Classic Quiz) exam will run, including how to prepare, venue details, and what to expect on the day.
Online unsupervised open-book exams
Advice for sitting your online unsupervised open-book exam, which can be taken online at your preferred location.
Required exam preparation
Laptop preparation (on-campus exams)
You must set up your device at least a week before the exam. Here's how.
Pre–exam day checklist (on-campus exams)
For on-campus exams, make sure you have completed these necessary preparation steps.
Pre–exam day checklist (online unsupervised)
For off-campus exams, complete this checklist in advance to ensure you can take the exam successfully.
Special consideration and alternative arrangements
If your ability to undertake an assessment is affected by illness, bereavement or trauma, you may be eligible for support via special consideration.
Special consideration (technical)
If you cannot complete an online assessment due to major technical disruptions or failures, you can apply for special consideration (technical).
Special and supplementary assessment
What to do if you've been offered special or supplementary assessment.
Alternative Exam Arrangements
Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs) are study adjustments granted to students who require changes to the scheduled conditions or format of an exam.
If you encounter technical disruptions or failures during an online exam, follow the advice on our Special consideration (technical) page.
Exam support is also available by calling Stop 1 on 13 MELB (13 6352) during opening hours.
Find out when results are out, how to access and understand your grades, and what to do if you’re missing results or want to see your paper.