When the resit exam timetable is published, a link to your personal resit exam timetable will be sent to your Essex email account. This will show the date and time/duration of each
exam, and whether the exam is remote or in-person.
For remote exams, your personal exam timetable will include the link to the relevant platform (FASER, Moodle or Perception). Where exams are held in-person, it will show your room and seat number - and you will also be able to download your exam entry form, which you will need to prin and take to every in-person exam.
You can report any errors with your
exam timetable by using the link within the exam timetable system (e.g. if you are
not scheduled for the correct exams, you have exam clashes, your individual
arrangements have not been put in place etc.).
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 are an undergraduate student experiencing financial difficulties, you may be able to
apply for the Resit Assistance Fund.
Individual exam arrangements
If you have individual exam arrangements approved by the Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service, they will remain in place for all exam periods during the academic year, unless you change course or start a new course.