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First Year Midsessional Examinations
MATH1101, MATH1201, MATH1301, MATH1401
All students taking any of these modules should take the mid-sessional examinations corresponding to the modules for which they are registered. This includes students from other departments: the only exception are (i) affiliate students who are only here for the autumn term, and (ii) students re-taking the module without re-attending who have already passed the course-work. The mark for each mid-sessional exam will count 5% towards the mark for that module.
Please come at least 5 minutes before the advertised start of the exam to the lecture theatre to which you are assigned, bringing your UCL ID card with you.
Please see more detailed instructions on the exam process Guide to Mid-sessional Exams (pdf).
UCL timetable: please note that your timetable may show more locations for these exams than are relevant to you: Information on location will be provided later.
Please make sure you go to the rooom assigned to you. Note that the maths lectures MATH1102, 1202, 1302, 1402 and ECON1604 will not take place during this week, but lectures in other departments will. If one of your mid-sessional exams clashes with any lecture, please let me know as soon as possible.
Mark Roberts (Dept Tutor)
m.l.roberts AT ucl.ac.uk