December 2020 Exams:
On campus exams will not take place. Assessment will take place through alternative means.
Exams for online learning students conducted outside Aberdeen, will depend on the local conditions at the exam venue. Where an exam cannot go ahead, alternative assessment will be offered.
- Disabled Exam Provision
The deadlines for students requesting provisions in examinations are as follows:
Academic Year 2020/21
First Half Session
Friday 6 November 2020
Second Half Session
Friday 26 March 2021
Friday 11 June 2021
If you require disability-related provisions for your exams/assessments that have not already been agreed and implemented for your current course of studies, you should contact the Student Advice and Support Office to arrange support.
In order to have provisions fully considered and implemented (where possible) for the December 2020 and May 2021 exams/assessments, everything must have been agreed and recorded before the appropriate deadline dates as noted above.
After your exam/assessment provision has been agreed, you will then be contacted by your School with your specific exam arrangements shortly before the start of the examination diet. These arrangements will also show in MyTimetable a few weeks after the main exam venue information has become available.
Where you find any problems with your exam timetable, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Need to resit an exam?
Need to resit an exam or got a Self Certificate (SC), Medical Certificate (MC) or Good Cause (GC) for your previous attempt? Information on whether you are eligible, how much it will cost and how to apply can be found on our Reassessment Exam page.
- Want to know your results?
Exam results come in by set deadlines depending on when the exams are taken i.e. December, May or Summer Resit Diet.
- The undergraduate results deadline is usually no later than three weeks after the exam diet is finished. (Excluding any Christmas closure period)
- The postgraduate results deadline can be up to four weeks after the exam diet is complete and can sometimes be longer. (Excluding any Christmas closure period)
Your results can be seen through your Student Hub. Results will not be given by telephone.
- When will the timetable be available?
The Central Timetabling Team is required to produce the exam timetable four weeks before an exam diet commences, however the Team aims to produce the timetable to provide five weeks notice. The Team continues to explore ways to increase the notice period further.
- Past papers
Past papers are a great way to help you prepare for your exams and our exams database is available all year round. To access the database you will be required to provide your usual University logon ID and password.