Final exams for Trimester 1 will run between 22 - 28 April, 2023.
If you have an end-of-session exam in Trimester 1, you can now see your timetable under the ‘Exam Timetable’ menu in SOLS.
Find answers here if you have questions about:
- Exam clashes or sitting exams overseas in different time zones
- Materials you can take to your exam
- What to do if you don’t have an adequate workspace or equipment (for online exams)
- How to apply for exam adjustments
- How to prepare for exams
Trimester 1 students with end-of-session exams will be contacted through SOLS with personalised information about the exam types that are relevant to them. These may include one or more of the following:
- Online exam (via Moodle)
- Online invigilated exam (via Moodle and invigilated via Proctorio)
- Paper exam (Paper-based exams that you take at the campus at which you are enrolled)
- School exam (Exams arranged by your subject-coordinator that may be paper-based or practical)
Only sit if you’re up to it
For all exam types, if you’re feeling unwell, we encourage you to make a call early on whether you’re up to it. Just because your exam may be at home, doesn’t mean you need to push through.
- ONLINE EXAMS: If you cannot sit or complete your exam due to illness or another extenuating circumstance, ensure that you apply for Academic Consideration before your online exam starts or prior to completing it. Remember, once you complete your online exam, you can no longer apply for Academic Consideration.
- ON-CAMPUS EXAMS: If you cannot sit your exam due to illness or another extenuating circumstance, ensure that you apply for Academic Consideration before your exam. If you fall ill during an exam you MUST advise the exam supervisor before leaving the exam venue. In this case, you can apply for Academic Consideration after your on-campus exam.
If you’re unable to take your exam, make sure you’re available for the supplementary and deferred exam period from 16 to 19 May 2023.
Student Accessibility and Inclusion
If you have a condition that may affect your ability to sit an exam, or if you’ve got questions about how exams can accommodate your Access Plan, you should contact the Student Accessibility and Inclusion team.
For any general exam enquiries, browse our FAQs, search AskUOW or contact the Exams team via firstname.lastname@example.org.