Exam Timetable (Campus Based)

The Semester 2 2019 Examination Timetable is now available. Please check the Examination Timetable on a regular basis and prior to each of your examinations. Any changes to the Examination Timetable will be added in red text against the scheduled examination.

As has been the case in previous years, some students will receive exam information through other channels:
  • Medical School Students will be advised of their Medical exam commitments directly by the School of Medicine
  • Distance Learning Students will be advised of their exam commitments directly by their dedicated DL Hub Administration Team. Dates are independent of the main campus based exams

Important changes to personal timetables

By 5pm on Tuesday 9 April all students sitting Semester 2 exams (other than those mentioned above) will be able to see their personal Semester 2 2019 exam timetable through MyStudentRecord and the MyUoL app. The information below outlines what you can expect to see on each platform.

MyStudentRecord is near real time, whereas the MyUoL is updated twice a day, so if in doubt MSR is the golden source of timetable information..

It is your responsibility to ensure that any mobile devices you use to view your timetable are set to UK time otherwise events may not display correctly.

If you are registered for alternative exam arrangements (i.e. additional time, alternative exam venue and/or the use of a computer) in addition you will also receive an email sent to your university email address. This email will provide further details regarding the exam venue and a clearer breakdown of any additional time you may be entitled to.

If you are retaking an exam, ‘_R’ will be displayed within the event.

MyStudentRecord

  • Exam events are a bright orange colour
  • The title of the event will be as follows:
    • The start time of the exam (e.g. 9:30)
    • The location of the exam (e.g. KE 526)
    • The ID for the exam (e.g. SY1004_17)
    • Event type (e.g. Exam)
    • Title of the exam (e.g. ‘Sociology: A Beginners Guide’)

Example timetable MSR

  • If a student clicks on the event, a box with further information pops up:

Example exam event MSR

MyUoL

  • Exam events have a black line at the bottom of the box
  • The title of the event will be as follows:
    • The start time for the exam (e.g. 14:30)
    • The title of the exam (e.g. Calculus & Ana..)
    • The location of the exam (e.g. Charles Wilson Sports…)
Example MyUoL Timetable
  • If a student clicks on the event, a box with further information pops up:

Example exam event MyUoL

Student queries

If you have any queries about your exam timetable, please speak to your local department.

Other relevant information:

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