The latest news about the release of results, following the exam and assessment period.
Exams and assessments
Information about exams and assessments, the exam schedule, where to find support and further guidance, and what to do if circumstances affect your assessment.
Read more information about how and when your May/June 2022 Semester 2 exams will take place.
Guidance to help you prepare for and take your exams in the 2021/22 Semester 2 assessment period that runs from Monday 16 May to Wednesday 1 June 2022.
To help you understand how your Disability Access Plan arrangements will be put into place for your exams.
Where to get guidance, advice and support for remote exams during the exam period, including the Exam Helpline.
Contact the Skills Centre for skills enrichment sessions, 1:1 support, self-access online guides and modules, and maths and statistics support.
Guidance on how to access Inspera and quick links to our help videos and written guides.
Access Inspera to do a demo test, check the requirements before your exams, and do your exam
Use our videos to find out how to access demo tests, check requirements, start an exam, upload a document and submit your exam.
A PDF guide with top tips to help you complete your exam in Inspera.
Guides on how to create and prepare documents for your assignment submission in Inspera, including combining and compressing images.
This short self-access Xerte module has collated university guidance on how to use Inspera for completing exams.
A short guide to what to expect when attempting an exam in-person, in an exam room.
This video explains how alternative exam arrangements set out in a Disability Access Plan (DAP) will be put in place for in-person exams.
Read the Academic & Employability Skills blog to help you prepare for in-person exams.
The measures in place to support you in academic year 2021/22 should you face difficulty or disruption due to the pandemic, or other personal circumstances.
Information on coursework extensions.
How to find guidance on handling circumstances that temporarily prevent you from undertaking an assessment or impair your performance in an assessment.
A guide to what is normally considered acceptable reasons for requesting a coursework extension or making an IMC claim, and the evidence we require.
Access resources provided by the Library
Read the latest posts on the Academic & Employability Skills blog for useful advice and guidance to help you prepare for your exams.
This short course will help you to create a schedule to manage your workload, identify potential problems you may face and offer tips to manage your time.
The statement a student agrees to by submitting any remote assessment attempt during the main and supplementary assessment periods.
Guidance and examples to help you avoid committing academic misconduct during your online and in-person exams.
You must not upload documents to study sites such as Chegg, Quillbot, and StuDocU, unless they are your own documents and contain only your own original work.
This Quality Assurance (QA) Code of Practice statement details the principles of academic integrity as they relate to examination and assessment offences.
How you can appeal against the outcome of the investigation into an assessment offence and academic misconduct