Contact the Exams Office
The Examinations Office coordinate and manage most exams at the University. Contact us if you have any
queries about exam dates, timetables, overseas resits or any other exam-related queries.
Your personal resit exam timetable
will will show the date and time of each
exam, as well as your venue and seat number.
You can report any errors with your
exam timetable by using the link within the exam timetable system (eg if you are
not scheduled for the correct exams, you have exam clashes, your individual
arrangements have not been put in place etc). You can also print your exam entry
form, which you must bring to the exam together with your registration card.
A charge will be made for each module that requires a re-examination or re-submission of coursework, as follows:
|Masters dissertation re-submission
If you are required to pay a fee, you can
pay your resit fee online. If you have not paid the fee before
the payment deadline, an invoice will be raised against
your student account and you will have 14 days to pay. Please note
that you will not be able to register for your next period of study
or graduate if you have debt on your account.
If you had individual arrangements in place for the main summer examinations,
the same arrangements will apply for the resit examinations.
If you require accommodation during the resit period, please contact your Student Services Hub.
The results of the
resit examinations will usually be available two working days following the
Board of Examiners meetings. If you have not been permitted to proceed you will be informed by letter, at
the same time as the results are made available.
If you wish to bring to the attention of the Board of Examiners any extenuating circumstances which have
affected the resit examinations, please complete and return the relevant form by the deadline date.
Reinstatement of June exam mark
You were originally given the chance to take a voluntary resit by the
June/July Board of Examiners. However, the mark you obtained in September was
lower than your original mark. As this was a voluntary resit andnot a compulsory
resit, the Board agreed to reinstate your June mark.
If you are a second year student, you should note that only a maximum of 30
credits can be regarded as a voluntary resit. So if you had to take more than 30
credits' worth of resits in September the Board could only reinstate a maximum
of 30 credits' worth of June marks.
If you have any questions about the resit examinations, please
contact the Examinations Office.