Writing the examination
You should attend the examination at the starting times notified to you by your Examinations Authority, even if this differs from that given on your Admission Notice. You are required to observe all the instructions given to you by the Invigilators or officers responsible for the conduct of the examination.
You must comply with the instructions given in the rubric of the examination question paper. All written answers, including rough work, must be done in the Answer Book supplied by the Examination Authority. Write in ink or ballpoint pen. You must not write in pencil, nor use correction fluid.
You may not bring into the examination room any notes, paper or other materials except those which have specifically been permitted in the examination by the examiners. Cheating is an examination offence and may lead to exclusion from all future examinations of the University.
Please note that Examiners attach great importance to legibility, accuracy and clearness of expression.
Essays or other work written in your own time must be your own work, and any quotations from the published or unpublished works of other people must be acknowledged.
As one of our students, we allow you more than one attempt at passing each exam. Please refer to the current Regulations for further details.