Please read these notes carefully before looking at your examination
- Student Identity Cards must be displayed on the corner of examination
desks at all examinations
- Examination Results will be available via the
exams login of Student Portals the day after they have been submitted to
Registry Services by Schools.
Any student without access to a computer who would like results mailed
to them should submit a self-addressed envelope (with ID number in top left-hand
corner) to the Infohub before the start of
exams, record cards will be sent out on or after Friday 13th July.
WILL NOT BE GIVEN OVER THE TELEPHONE.
- General Information - Students
should ensure that they arrive in good time for the start of each examination,
further information about your responsibilities
can be found by following this link http://www.abdn.ac.uk/registry/quality/appendix7x1.pdf
in Prescribed Degree Assessments - The University's policy in regard to
cheating in Prescribed Degree Assessments is set out at below.
- Mobile phones – Please
note that mobile phones should not be taken into examination venues.
a) The University’s Guidance Note on Academic Appeals can be obtained
via this link http://www.abdn.ac.uk/registry/quality/appendix5x18a.pdf
b) Academic appeals must be lodged with the Academic Registrar within 14
days from the date of issue of the decision being appealed against, unless
the relevant Appeals Committee is satisfied that the appellant did not
know about the decision in time to submit an appeal within that period.
c) Notwithstanding this time limit, details of illness and/or other personal
circumstances which students believe may have affected their performance
in an element of prescribed degree assessment will only be accepted as
grounds for appeal if the Head of the relevant School received written
of them no later than one week after the date on which the students submitted
or appeared for the assessment concerned.
Cheating in Prescribed Degree Assessments
The University's policy in regard
to cheating in prescribed degree assessments is set out in section 5
of the Rules for Conduct of Prescribed Degree Assessments
and Written Examinations for Degrees or Diplomas which can be accessed