Exam timetable (Exam Track)
Unfortunately, due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the university has taken the decision to make arrangements for alternative assessments where appropriate for all examinations for the 2020/21 academic year. Schools have confirmed those which can be published via Exam Track and details of these can be searched below.
For further information regarding these arrangements i.e. duration, submission details etc, or if your assessment is not shown, please contact your module leader directly.
If you are a current student registered with the Disabilities and Dyslexia Service (DDS) you will have an INAR in place which may contain reasonable adjustments for examinations. If you have any queries about your assessments such as what format they will be in, when is the deadline, etc, you should contact your academic team. If you need further advice on your assessment adjustments, please contact your Disability Adviser or the DDS team.
Further information is available on the DDS webpage.
Managing Exam Stress
Preparing for exams can create feelings of worry and stress. Student Minds have prepared some helpful resources for you to help deal with the stress that you might be feeling.
You may also wish to visit the Self-help tools on the Student Zone website, where the University Counselling Service has collected a variety of tools and resources that can help you overcome difficulties you may be facing.
How to find details of your exam
You can search for the exams you will be sitting by entering a module code or title in each box below.
To search by Module Code:
- Select 'Module Code' from the drop-down selection box
- Enter a valid Module Code e.g. 'AC4002'
To search by Module Title:
- Select 'Module Title' from the drop-down selection box
- Enter a Module Title e.g. ' Introduction to Accounting'
- If you do not know the full title, enter a keyword such as 'accounting' to find any module with that word in its title
You can search for up to 5 different modules. After entering your search terms, press 'Search now'.