Exams and student assessment

Examination guide for staff

Exams The examination guide for staff contains both regulations for the conduct of examinations and guidelines to examination procedures.

Examination Liason Officers

Exams

The following document contains the current contact details for all Examination Liaison Officers for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Examination Stationery for departmental tests can be ordered direct from the printers.  Please complete the order form and email exams@slsprint.co.uk, if you have any queries please liase direct with the printers.

The Examinations Office is unable to provide departments with answer booklets as we do not hold suffcient stock on campus.

Late Summer Assessment Pilot (16-17)

LSA

Guidance for staff regarding the Late Summer Assessment pilot for the 16-17 academic session.

THe draft examination timetable has now been published.  The draft review period closes 5pm Wednesday 19 July. 

Examination regulations

Exams In the regulations section there is further information on regulations for undergraduates, postgraduates, professional doctorates, research degrees and examiners.

Examination venues

Exams

This document provides practical information for current examination venues, including maps, directions and public transport information. Please note that the venues detailed in the examination timetable will link you to the relevant google map reference.

Key to Location Codes LSA 2017 [pdf]

Examination timetable

Exams

This is the most recently published examination timetable and holds details of examinations for every department, including exam code, title, date, location and duration.

FINAL LSA EXAMINATION TIMETABLE IS NOW PUBLISHED - all personal timetables have been emailed to students and can also be viewed in Portico.

Final Examination Timetable LSA 17 [pdf]



Invigilation Opportunities

Exams Find further information about paid invigilation opportunities for upcoming exam periods. 

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