Students can access a personal exam timetable, which is automatically updated with any special exam arrangements changes.
If the modules shown on your personal exam timetable are inaccurate you must immediately contact the Examinations Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1334 46 4100.
Exams on consecutive days
Students at all levels must expect to have examinations on consecutive days.
Whilst every effort is made by the examinations officer to spread exams, the large number of combinations of modules in some subjects makes it impossible to avoid exams on three or more consecutive days for all students.
Students may have two sub-honours examinations on the same day (or exceptionally one Honours exam and one sub-honours exam).
Students will not normally have two Honours or Postgraduate examinations on the same day, but very occasionally this is unavoidable with unusual combinations of modules.
The examinations officer works closely with Schools to optimise the timetable before it is released to students. Please note that no further changes, other than unavoidable changes of venue, can be made to the timetable once the confirmed timetable has been released.
Extra time for exams
The personal exam timetable shows the duration for each exam along with any extra time to which you are entitled.
If you are entitled to an extra time allowance, the exam invigilator will have the details of this, and the end time of your exams will be adjusted accordingly.
If you are unsure of your extra time entitlement, you should confirm this by checking e-Vision. If this does not appear to be correct, please contact student services at email@example.com.
Whilst every effort is made by Schools and the Examinations Office to prevent timetable clashes, these can occasionally occur where Schools organise assessments which are not centrally timetabled.
Where such a clash is identified, students should contact the Examinations Office at firstname.lastname@example.org as a matter of urgency.
Future exam diets
All matriculated students are entered automatically for the December and May examination diets in all examined modules which they have been advised into.
Students are required to make themselves available in St Andrews for the full duration of the examination diets (up to, and including, the last Friday of both the December and May diets) and should plan travel arrangements accordingly.
Exams will be scheduled from Saturday 9 to Friday 22 May 2020 inclusive (including Saturday 16 May). Schools may use Friday 22 May to arrange exams which candidates have been given permission to defer.
Exams will be scheduled from Monday 10 August to Friday 14 August 2020 inclusive.
Exams will be scheduled from Saturday 5 December to Friday 18 December 2020 inclusive (including Saturday 12 December). Schools may use Friday 18 December to arrange exams which candidates have been given permission to defer.