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Examinations

Important Information for ALL Students

This page will only provide information on formal examinations. Please refer to WOLF module topics or noticeboards for information relating to the arrangements for any other types of assessment such as in-class tests and time-constrained assessment.

Timetables

Examination timetables are normally published one month before the examinations are due to take place.

You are advised to check timetables regularly in the run up to your examination(s) as all details (i.e. room, time and date) are subject to change at short notice.

Special Examination Arrangements

Students who require special arrangements for examinations must register with the Student Enabling Centre (SEC) in the first instance. This should be done at the beginning of the academic year.

If you have not already registered with the SEC, please do this immediately.

Please Note: Student Centres will contact students with registered special requirements via email to confirm arrangements for exams. If you do not recieve an email with these details two weeks prior to exams starting, please email specialexams@wlv.ac.uk.

Timetable Clashes

If you find you have one or more timetable clashes (exam starting at the same time), you need to complete the exam timetable clash form  by the given deadline. (Deadlines for 2014/5 are yet to be confirmed.)

Submitting your form

Please e-mail your completed form to moduleassessment@wlv.ac.uk by the given deadline.

These deadlines are strictly adhered to, late forms will not be accepted.

Examination Attendance Record

All students MUST bring their Examination Attendance Record to all exams. This is available in your 'My Assignments and Extenuating Circumstances' page on e:Vision. You MUST also bring your current University ID badge (or other acceptable form of identification, i.e. passport or full driving licence, if you are not studying on University premises).

Seen exam papers

If you have a seen examination, please refer to WOLF for the examination paper.

If you feel unwell on the day of your examination...

If you feel unwell on the day of your examination and consider your illness is infectious please do not come to the University to sit your examination.

Please apply for Extenuating Circumstances immediately through your e:Vision account using 'My Assignments and Extenuating Circumstances' page to submit your claim.

Your claim will be considered by your Student Office Manager using University criteria.

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Any other questions?

If you have any queries relating to the examinations, please contact us by selecting 'Helpdesk' from your e:Vision account.

Alternatively, your Student Centre will be happy to assist you with any queries