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.
Access Inspera to do a demo test, check the requirements before your exams, and do your exam
Guidance on how to access Inspera, prepare for and take an Inspera exam.
How to prepare for and take an in-person, invigilated exam on campus using Inspera.
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.
Information on coursework extensions.
A student guide to IMC procedures including help to understand if this is the correct route for you and how a claim may affect your academic outcome
A guide to help you understand what would normally be considered acceptable reasons and evidence for an IMC or coursework extension
What to do if you miss the deadline for your remote Inspera exam, and the penalties for late submission.
Access resources provided by the Library
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.
Read the latest posts on the Academic & Employability Skills blog for useful advice and guidance to help you prepare for your exams.
Information about the calculators provided in University exams.
The statement a student agrees to when submitting any assessment attempt.
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 University's process for handling assessment offences (also known as academic misconduct).