Exam timetables for Summer are now available. Check your timetable and start to prepare so that you can feel confident on the day.
Your exam timetable is available under the ‘Exam Timetable’ menu in SOLS. If you have issues accessing your exam timetable, follow these steps to open an incognito window.
If you have a final exam you will be contacted via SOLS with personalised information about the exam types that are relevant to you.
If you are sitting an Online Invigilated Exam, be sure to take the Test Your Technology Practice Quiz now to improve your experience on exam day.
Only sit if you are well enough
If you are feeling unwell for your exam, we encourage you to make an early decision on whether you are well enough to attend. Just because your exam may be at home, doesn’t mean you need to attend.
- 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. If you fall ill during the exam, you MUST complete an issue form before leaving the online exam. In this case, you can apply for Academic Consideration after your online exam.
- 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 your exam you can apply for Academic Consideration afterwards, however you MUST advise the exam supervisor before leaving the exam venue or your application may be denied.
If you’re unable to take your exam, make sure you’re available for the supplementary and deferred exam period from 28 February – 1 March.
You must meet UOW’s expectations of academic integrity when completing your exam. Read about the different types of academic misconduct and the serious penalties that apply here. Please also be aware of cyber security and the risk of sharing your login details with a third party who can hold your account hostage. Contact email@example.com if you would like more information.
Student Accessibility and Inclusion
If you have a medical 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.
Exam and timetable questions
You can find answers to your exam timetable questions by logging in to AskUOW. You can also browse the exam website FAQs, or contact the Exams team directly via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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