What To Expect
Information about what to expect during your examination is included here. This document answers some of the frequently asked questions:
- What happens if I’m ill on the day of my exam?
- What do I need to bring with me?
- What if I’m late for my exam?
The main examination periods for the academic year 2019/20 will take place January 6th - January 17th inclusive and May 5th - May 15th inclusive. Six weeks before each main exam period, the timetable for all events will be available via a link at the bottom of this webpage. You can also see a personalised exam timetable on the timetabling app or on MyBeckett. For the most up to date version, it is recommended that you refer to your individual timetable.If you have an Exam Adjustment Plan and will be sitting your exam in a separate room, your individual room will not appear on the main timetable below.
For details regarding reassessment timings, please refer to your module handbook, or contact your School.
It is your responsibility to check your exam timetable; please check regularly as exam times and venues are subject to change. The University cannot accept responsibility for students going to the wrong location.
Students with a disability who require additional support with assessment and examinations should contact Disability Advice who will assess your suitability for an adjustment plan.
New applications should be made to Disability Advice as soon as possible. This will provide the best chance of putting the recommendations, from the adjustment plan, in place for that semester’s main exam period. Where applications are made after the deadline, we will try to put recommendations in place, but this may not always be possible. Please contact Disability Advice for further information.