Coronavirus information and guidance

Exam preparation

Use the resources on this page to prepare yourself and your technology for upcoming exams.


Preparing for online exams

Guidance has been created which provides suggested steps for submitting answers for an online exam.

Students must familiarise themselves with this guidance well before their exams.

Part of this suggested guidance will entail accessing applications such as MySaint and as well as downloading the relevant applications to your mobiles and computers:

  • Microsoft Word (mobile and desktop app)
  • Office Lens mobile app
  • OneDrive for Business

You should read the relevant guides and practice using the applications in advance. If you're unsure, contact the IT Service Desk.

Read the full guidance

Past exam papers

Past exam papers can be accessed via MySaint.

If the past paper you require is not available via MySaint, or you would like more information about the format of your exam paper, please check with your School.

The School of Mathematics and Statistics has its own arrangements for making past papers available through its web pages, which are notified to students.

Studying for exams

If you would like further advice on effective approaches to studying, a variety of resources are available through CEED (the Centre for Educational Enhancement and Development). You can book a 1:1 with a skills tutor, send a quick query by email or access online resources.


You can contact CEED on

Wellbeing and exams

It is normal to feel apprehensive or worried about upcoming exams. Student services have advice and a range of resource to help support students ahead of, and during, exams.

Managing stress

If you’d like to speak to someone about managing stress caused by exams, please get in touch with student services at