HE Exams Timetable
To all candidates entered for Undergraduate Examinations: May 2022
Please see below the examination timetable for May 2022. Please ensure you know the exact date, time, and location of any exams relevant to you. It is your responsibility to leave enough time to ensure you know the location and how to get there.
|Date||Course||Year||Module||Type||Start Time||Exam Duration||Exam Location*|
|C602 BSc (Hons) Exercise, Health and Sport Performance||1||EH406||Exam - Paper based||10.00 - 11.30||1.5||HE Forum Area 3 and 4|
|C602 BSc (Hons) Exercise, Health and Sport Performance||2||EH506||Exam - Paper based||10.00 - 12.00||2||HE Forum Area 3 and 4|
*Students who have been approved for special arrangements will be contacted with their exam location in a separate email.
Students are required to be in attendance 15 minutes before the start of the examination.
All repeat examinations will take place on Friday the 19th of August and students requiring resits will be contacted after the Exam Boards.
It is essential that you bring the following items with you:
- The examination timetable.
- Your College Student ID card. (Your candidate number for examination purposes is your student ID number. If you have lost or mislaid your College ID you must obtain a replacement card from the Reception at Luker Road, in good time before your examination).
Please note the following important information:
- Smoking or vaping are not permitted in any examination venue.
- Mobile phones and smart watches are not allowed in the examination room. If possible we recommend that mobile phones and smart watches are left at home. It will be deemed an academic offence if a phone or smart watch is found on your person in the examination. Phones can cause major disruption when they ring in bags or coats outside the examination room. If you must bring your phone please ensure it is set to silent prior to entering the examination room.
- Coats, hats, and bags (including handbags) are not allowed in the examination room.
- Purses and wallets only may be taken into the examination room and left underneath the table for security purposes. The College cannot be held responsible for any loss of students’ property, so please leave valuable items (e.g. laptops, smart watches) at home.
- Only essential items required for the examination should be taken into the room e.g. pen.
Applications for special arrangements during these examinations, for instance, extra reading time, enlarged paper and so on should be submitted to the Examinations team by the 17th of May at firstname.lastname@example.org
If approved you will receive a separate notification from the examinations team about the arrangements put in place to support your request and the location of your exam. This will be issued after the closing date for applications.
If you are unable to attend the examination on the day due to extenuating circumstances please contact the Examinations team as soon as possible by email email@example.com
In such an event a claim for a missed examination can be considered by the Extenuating Circumstances Panel. Further information regarding Extenuating Circumstances are available on the website at our HE Policies and Procedures page and can be easily downloaded. The deadline for receipt of Extenuating Circumstance forms relating to exams is two weeks after your exam date. NB: For missed examinations medical or other evidence must be provided with the claim form otherwise the claim will be rejected.
The 2021-2022 UEA Examinations guide for Undergraduate Students is available on the college website under UEA General Regulations on the HE Policies and Procedures page. It is important that you read this prior to undertaking your examinations.
For any further support or information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org