Find out the dates and times of your January 2021 semester 1 exams.
Exams and assessments
Information about exams and assessments, including the exam schedule, where to find support and further guidance, and what to do if an assessment is affected.
Guidance to help you prepare for and take your online exams in the 2020/21 Semester 1 period.
Where to get guidance, advice and support before and during the exam period, and contact details for the exams helpline.
The University's overall approach to ‘no-detriment’ measures for assessments in 2020/21
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.
Guides on how to create and prepare documents for your assignment submission in Inspera, including combining and compressing images.
The process for deferring your exam attempt in the 2020/21 academic year, if you need to do so because of COVID-19 or technical disruption.
The additional measures we've put in place if you need to request a coursework extension in 2020/21.
What to do if a condition or circumstance temporarily prevents you from undertaking assessment or impairs your performance in an assessment in 2020/21.
Access resources provided by the Library
Read the latest posts on the Academic 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.
Be Well - Talk Now gives you access to support from an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day to talk you through any problems you may have.
How to arrange extra time, a scribe or use of a computer in your exams if you are a student with a disability.
The Advice & Support Centre in the Students’ Union is available to guide and support you during your time at Bath.
The statement a student agrees to by submitting an assessment attempt during the main and supplementary assessment period.
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