Find out how to get your exam timetable, and what to do to if you have a problem with an exam time.
The official exam timetable on this page shows the exact exam time and date for each course. When your timetable is ready, we'll send an email to your University email address. Exam dates are not official until you have received this email.
Exam dates are only official for the current semester.
View and print your exam timetable
You can sign into Student Services Online to view and print your exam timetable once the official timetable has been released. See How to view your exam timetable.
Changes to the Semester One exam timetable
The exam timetable is always up-to-date, incorporating the changes listed below.
|Course||Campus||Changed from||Changed to||Date actioned|
|EDPROFST 100||Epsom||Duration: 3 hours||Duration: 2 hours||April 12
|CRIM 302||City||Closed Book||Open Book||April 23|
Your availability during the exam period
We expect you to be available for the entire examination period and to sit your exams at the campus where they are scheduled.
Find out more about your obligations.
For the exam period for each semester, see Important dates.
Problems with exam times
If you are unable to sit an exam at the scheduled time because of your faith, please immediately contact the Student Information Centre.
There may be other circumstances that affect you sitting an exam. For more information, see:
Three exams per day
You will not have to sit three consecutive exams in a day, or have three consecutive exams over two days that include an evening exam.
The Examinations Office will contact you at your student email address if this appears on your timetable.
Arrangements will be made only if your timetable appears like one of the following:
- Example #1: Three exams on the same day.
- Example #2: An afternoon and evening exam followed by a morning exam on the next day.
- Example #3: An evening exam on the first day followed by a morning and afternoon exam the next day.
The third session has a finishing time of 8pm, as evening exams are only two hours long.
Every effort will be made to have evening exams only in centrally located buildings on the City Campus. Finishing at 8pm should allow you to access public transport.
Unisafe security will be available during the exam period.
Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, sometimes it's unavoidable for you to have two exams scheduled at the same time.
If you have an exam clash, we will arrange for you to sit one of your exams at an alternative date or time. This is usually before the main exam and within 24 hours. Before moving the exam, you must complete and return a Statutory Declaration form.
We will email you about the exam clash arrangements and what to do. We'll send the email to your student email account.
If you need help or more information, please contact us.