We want everything to go as smoothly as possible for you and we know that you are more likely to succeed if you are well prepared so please read through the exam timetable carefully and make sure you have familiarised yourself with the University’s Exam Regulations well in advance of the exams. The regulations will help you to understand what is expected of you and what you can expect from us.
Attendance at exams is compulsory and it is your responsibility to make sure you know which exam(s) you are undertaking, when and where. Make sure you arrive at the exam well in advance – we recommend at least 15 minutes ahead of the start time.
You will need proof of ID to sit your exam - so bring your student ID card with you. If you have lost your card, you will need to speak to a Money & Guidance Advisor (or visit an Information Point at Stafford or Shrewsbury).
Exams and exam timetables are currently being managed locally by your School/ Department and the timetable will be issued by them. When we return to traditional on campus exams, the timetables will be published on this page.
Please note that the exam timetables may be subject to change and you should check back regularly for updated versions of the timetables.
If you have a Learning Support Statement (LSS), you should be contacted separately with details of the arrangements that have been put in place for you, these may include different timings/ rooms to those listed in the main timetable. If you have an LSS and have not received these details by email then please get in touch urgently.
If you have a clash (2 exams scheduled at the same time), or have not been advised of your LSS arranagments, please report it immediately to A.Thorley-Walchester@staffs.ac.uk
We know that exams can be daunting and that you may be feeling anxious ahead of this time. Your wellbeing is really important to us so there is lots of help and advice available from our student support teams on how to look after yourself and from Academic Study Skills on how to academically prepare for exams.
Keep up your productivity and motivation by joining in the fun and creative events across the campus.
Be organised and create a timetable, plan for work, leisure and fitness. Do not neglect yourself.
The 5 things you need to know.... about exam preparation.
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