Everything you need to know about your exams — when they will be, how to prepare, and what to do on exam day.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, many Semester 1 exams will be delivered online via the Canvas LMS.
Here you will find important information about how online exams will run in Semester 1, the different exam types and formats that will be used, how to get ready for your exams and the support available to you during the Semester 1 exam period from 15 June - 3 July.
For specific content and exam format information for each of your subjects, please refer to your LMS subject site or ask your Subject Coordinator. Some specialist subjects or those with a practical component might have different exam arrangements in place. For further information on the exam arrangements for these subjects, please refer to your LMS subject site or ask your Subject Coordinator.
About your exams
Exam dates and timetable
Find out when your exams will be held and how to access your personal exam timetable.
Find out about the different exam types and the formats that will be used for Semester 1, 2020.
Technical support on the day
Technical advice, resources and support to help you successfully complete your online exams.
Get ready for your exam
Advice and resources to help you prepare for your exams. This includes information on practice exams, time management techniques and setting up your exam space.
Other information and support
Resources and support available to you in the lead up to the exam period, to make sure you have everything you need to sit your exams, and support available on the day.
Wellbeing during exams
Advice, resources and support services to help you look after your physical and mental wellbeing during exams.
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.
If you experience circumstances which significantly affect your ability to meet your academic requirements, you can apply for special consideration. There are two types available, and it’s important to understand which is right for you.
Special and supplementary assessment
What to do if you've been offered special or supplementary assessment.